David Morris

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David, a keen naturalist from a young age, was born and raised in South Yorkshire before moving all over the UK working on contracts for the RSPB. He now resides in north Lancashire, at the top end of Morecambe bay, a stone’s throw from Leighton Moss Nature Reserve. A zoologist by training, he has worked on a variety of conservation projects including woodland birds, hen harriers and the endangered Gouldian Finch and Purple-crowned Fairy Wren in north-west Australia. David is now employed by the RSPB as the regional farmland bird adviser, working with farmers and landowners on managing land for species such as Corn Bunting, Black Grouse and breeding waders. He is a trained bird ringer and coordinates survey work on upland breeding birds across the English uplands for the RSPB. His interests, in addition to birds include mammals, dragonflies, butterflies, moths, reptiles and amphibians. His spare time interests are photography, travel, walking, real ale and keeping tropical fish.

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