Author Archive | Tom Walmsley

Whale Watching

Commissioned by Robert Harding World Images Enjoyable trips for both people and whales Whale watching is an exciting and deeply rewarding way for somebody to experience some of the world’s largest animals. I have taken people whale watching all around the world and, no matter what their background is, they are reduced to words of […]

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Rainforest: respect it or wreck it?

Amazon rainforest – respect it or wreck it? Written for Robert Harding World Images blog – all pictures available and copyright managed by this photo agency: www.robertharding.com The protection of the Amazon rainforest is important for everyone.  It’s an amazing part of our natural world, and it performs functions that people and wildlife around the world […]

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New School Project

Clifton High School have requested environmental education for a day a week, covering all year groups over time.   They were interested in the multi-level approach with some hands on work in the woods, installations in the classroom with living animals to care for and multimedia talks.  

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Pop-up Butterfly House

Using some left field internet searching I came up with a pop-up house to keep butterflies OFF your fruit and veg.   I purchased it to keep butteflies INSIDE a confined area and watch them feed naturally on flowers for a short period of time.  

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Big Green Week

Bristol at its best, with leaders in the Green movement from around the world, speaking in various locations. Tom has been pounding the streets between venues and agreed to help run a marquee with a marine theme next year.

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