BIRDS IN WALES IOLO WILLIAMS
Iolo Williams - Wikipedia
Career. In 2007, Williams was awarded an honorary fellowship of the Bangor University. Williams is the presenter of Rugged Wales, which aired on BBC Two on 13 and 20 March 2012. In 2017, Williams received a further honorary fellowship from the University of South Wales.Education: Llanfyllin High SchoolChildren: 2 sons, Dewi and TomosOccupation: ornithologist, nature observer, television Years active: 1997–present
Iolo Williams - The Birds of Wales Tickets, Wed, Sep 12
Iolo Williams is a Welsh naturalist, broadcaster, public speaker and writer who’s worked in conservation for over 30 years. He is most widely known as a popular member of the Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Winterwatch presenting team and for presenting series such as Wild Wales, Rugged Wales and Great Welsh Parks for BBC 2.
A new ‘Birds of Wales’ – WOS
There have been very significant changes since Birds in Wales was published in 1994. The list of birds recorded in Wales is longer now, with a good number of new species recorded as vagrants. Wales has gained several new breeding species, notably Little Egret, Eider, Avocet and Dartford Warbler.
List of birds of Wales - Wikipedia
Lovegrove, Roger; Graham Williams & Iolo Williams (1994) Birds in Wales, T & AD Poyser Ltd, London. O'Shea, Brian (2000) In Search of Birds in Wales , Skylark Books, Aberystwyth. Perrins, Christopher, ed. (2004) The New Encyclopedia of Birds , Oxford University Press, Oxford.
WOS – Birds in Wales
The new 'BIRDS OF WALES' - shared species sponsorship now available! To mark WOS’ 30th anniversary, work has begun on a new volume, describing the history and current status of every bird ever recorded in Wales, common and rare, with an assessment of the conservation issues facing our breeding, wintering and migrant birds.