Wildlife in my local patch

Hampshire UK

Highly Commended in the BBC Wildlife Bloggers Awards 2015 (Junior)

Last week I was really WL_Blogger_of_Year_logo_500amazed and excited to hear that my blog has been awarded  Highly Commended in the 2015 BBC Wildlife Magazine Bloggers Awards. A BIG, Big thank you to BBC Wildlife Magazine staff Ben and Jo who have given me so much encouragement and also to the judges:

Jules Howard is a zoologist, science writer and blogger.

Stephen Moss is a nature writer, broadcaster and wildlife TV producer.

Lucy McRobert is a birder, conservationist and campaigns manager for The Wildlife Trusts.

Jo Price is BBC Wildlife’s staff writer and launched Local Patch Bloggers.

Congratulations to Zach  who was the winner for his blog – A Year of my Nature Hunting and to the other Highly Commended Junior bloggers Mya-Rose: Birdgirl; Jake: Jake’s Bones; Alex: Appleton Wildlife Diary; Mya: My World of Wildlife;  and Aishling: Bug Mad Girl;

It has inspired me to continue writing the blog and to see how I can improve it and do things differently. I will always love wildlife watching and photography so I will try to keep it an interesting place to visit.

Author: Jackson Hellewell

Jackson is a young person with an active interest in natural history. He has been asked to be a Local Patch Reporter, writing a regular nature blog about the wildlife in his area for BBC Wildlife Magazine.

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