Stephen Moss & Britain’s Favourite Birds

Is yours on the list?

Join us at Crowcombe hall on Saturday 6th July to find out.

Somerset author, naturalist and co-creator of BBC’s Springwatch, Stephen Moss is coming to the Quantocks to share his insights on Britain’s most beloved birds in a lively illustrated talk.

Stephen is one of Britain’s leading nature writers and broadcasters. Now based in Somerset, he was born in London, and read English at Cambridge before joining the BBC. His TV credits include the BAFTA award-winning SpringwatchThe Nature of Britain and Birds Britannia, while his books include ‘biographies’ of the Robin, Wren, Swallow, Swan and Owl, and Ten Birds that Changed the World. He writes a monthly ‘Birdwatch’ column for the Guardian, and is President of the Somerset Wildlife Trust. After leading the MA Nature & Travel Writing at Bath Spa University, he is now a Visiting Research Fellow there, and also a Special Visiting Professor at the University of Nottingham. A lifelong naturalist, Stephen has travelled to all seven of the world’s continents in search of wildlife.

We’re delighted to welcome Stephen to talk to us about his passion for the birdlife in our home county and beyond.

This event is part of the Friends of the Quantocks 75th anniversary year. Come and help us celebrate!

Tickets can be purchased in advance only and are on sale now – Stephen Moss & Britain’s Favourite Birds