Book a Naturetrek speaker

Several Naturetrek staff members – all of whom are tour leaders and expert naturalists – are regulars on the lecture circuit, speaking to a variety of birding and natural history-themed clubs, groups and societies. If you’re looking for an evening speaker do drop us a line to discuss requirements.

Rates are around £75 - £90 all-in within 2 hours’ drive of our base in Hampshire, although we do travel further afield. Email for more information.

All of these talks are designed to be highly informative and enjoyable, and are not commercially-angled at all. They tend to focus on the wider ecology of the area, conservation issues, background information and, of course, the possibilities for those wishing to see the various wildlife spectacles.

The staff and topics currently on offer include (scroll down to the bottom of the page for reviews): 

Sara Frost 
A Wildlife Cruise Around the Maldives
St. Kilda – Sailing to the Edge of the World
Whales & Dolphins of the Azores

Email Sara  

Tom Mabbett
Europe’s Best Birding – Extremadura, Donana, Camargue, Sicily and more …
Mammal-watching in Europe
UK wildlife – Somerset Levels, Forest of Dean, Ardnamurchan

Email Tom

David Phillips
The Night Sky & Astrotourism  
The Wildlife & Geology of Iceland & Norway

Email David

Kerrie Porteous
Wildlife of Ethiopia
Wildlife of Iceland & Sweden
Wildlife of Madagascar

Email Kerrie

Paul Stanbury
Spitsbergen – Realm of the Polar Bear
Western Canada

Email Paul

Andy Tucker
Birding in Ecuador & Colombia
Ecuador & Galapagos Islands
Wildlife of Peru
Wildlife of Spain

Email Andy

Reviews for Naturetrek speakers

“Thank you so much for your talk on Thursday night, it was wonderful! We all really enjoyed it and I know it brought back memories for a couple of people who have been lucky enough to tour Madagascar before. Many, many thanks again.”

R.R. Wokingham

“Our second indoor meeting of the season saw Andy Tucker, from Naturetrek, take us on a breath-taking tour of the spectacular Spanish mountains and wilderness. How to sum up Andy’s talk? Amazing birds, Ibex, Iberian lynx, wolves, brown bears, wildcats, orchids, butterflies. Alpine Chough sitting beside you while you’re eating your picnic, stunning landscapes, blue skies, blue cheese, vineyards and wine-tasting.”

“Thank you Andy, what a great evening!”

R.R. Wokingham