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Martin Walters

The wildlife and plants of County Cork in Ireland

26 July 2022
The wildlife and plants of County Cork in Ireland

The wildlife and plants of County Cork in Ireland

26 July 2022

Martin Walters enjoys the sights of sea eagles, choughs and more.


Cranes, cuckoo and more thrilling encounters at Wicken Fen

21 June 2022
Cranes, cuckoo and more thrilling encounters at Wicken Fen

Cranes, cuckoo and more thrilling encounters at Wicken Fen

21 June 2022

Martin Walters visits the National Trust nature reserve.


The natural beauty and spectacular bird life of Extremadura in central Spain

24 May 2022
The natural beauty and spectacular bird life of Extremadura in central Spain

The natural beauty and spectacular bird life of Extremadura in central Spain

24 May 2022

Martin Walters enjoys vultures, storks and abundant plantlife.


What is the link between the Easter bunny and eggs? And what have lapwings got to do with it all?

21 April 2022
What is the link between the Easter bunny and eggs? And what have lapwings got to do with it all?

What is the link between the Easter bunny and eggs? And what have lapwings got to do with it all?

21 April 2022

Martin Walters explores the connections between wildlife and Easter.


Spring has sprung - and these are some of my favourite sounds of the season

22 March 2022
Spring has sprung - and these are some of my favourite sounds of the season

Spring has sprung - and these are some of my favourite sounds of the season

22 March 2022

Martin Walters discusses some of his favourite signs of the season.


The Botanic Garden, a waterbird favourite and tracking down the butcher of Comberton

22 February 2022
The Botanic Garden, a waterbird favourite and tracking down the butcher of Comberton

The Botanic Garden, a waterbird favourite and tracking down the butcher of Comberton

22 February 2022

Martin Walters enjoys some familiar and rare sights.


Ghosts of Wicken Fen: Enjoying the stunning sights of hen harriers and barn owls

25 January 2022
Ghosts of Wicken Fen: Enjoying the stunning sights of hen harriers and barn owls

Ghosts of Wicken Fen: Enjoying the stunning sights of hen harriers and barn owls

25 January 2022

Martin Walters’ visit to the National Trust site is rewarded with a sighting of Britain’s rarest bird of prey.


Christmas birds and berries: Enjoying nature’s seasonal changes

21 December 2021
Christmas birds and berries: Enjoying nature’s seasonal changes

Christmas birds and berries: Enjoying nature’s seasonal changes

21 December 2021

Martin Walters explores some of the sights of winter.


Impressive display of waders at WWT Wildfowl and Wetland Centre at Welney

23 November 2021
Impressive display of waders at WWT Wildfowl and Wetland Centre at Welney

Impressive display of waders at WWT Wildfowl and Wetland Centre at Welney

23 November 2021

Martin Walters pays a visit to the reserve in Norfolk.

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Hear starlings performing an extraordinary imitation

26 October 2021
Hear starlings performing an extraordinary imitation

Hear starlings performing an extraordinary imitation

26 October 2021

Martin Walters describes his visit to North Norfolk, complete with curlews and a red-throated diver.


Exploring the sights, sounds and tastes of autumn

19 September 2021
Exploring the sights, sounds and tastes of autumn

Exploring the sights, sounds and tastes of autumn

19 September 2021

Martin Walters spots signs of the new season all around him.


The importance of insects - and the tragedy of their declining numbers

24 August 2021
The importance of insects - and the tragedy of their declining numbers

The importance of insects - and the tragedy of their declining numbers

24 August 2021

Cambridge naturalist Martin Walters looks at the plight of insect species and why they matter so much.


The boy and the snail

27 July 2021
The boy and the snail

The boy and the snail

27 July 2021

Martin Walters asks: What is it about young children and snails?


A visit to North Yorkshire brings a beautiful bird chorus, curlews, siskins and High Force

22 June 2021
A visit to North Yorkshire brings a beautiful bird chorus, curlews, siskins and High Force

A visit to North Yorkshire brings a beautiful bird chorus, curlews, siskins and High Force

22 June 2021

Martin Walters enjoys the sights and sounds on the edge of the moors.


How a visit to Breckland was rewarded with the sight and sounds of some special birds

25 May 2021
How a visit to Breckland was rewarded with the sight and sounds of some special birds

How a visit to Breckland was rewarded with the sight and sounds of some special birds

25 May 2021

From the stone curlew to the woodlark, naturalist Martin Walters enjoys some wonderful sightings.


The results of the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch are in

27 April 2021
The results of the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch are in

The results of the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch are in

27 April 2021

Naturalist Martin Walters reports on the findings.

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Daffodils: An inspiration for centuries

11 April 2021
Daffodils: An inspiration for centuries

Daffodils: An inspiration for centuries

11 April 2021

Martin Walters admires a springtime favourite.


The majesty of trees at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

23 February 2021
The majesty of trees at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

The majesty of trees at Cambridge University Botanic Garden

23 February 2021

Martin Walters inspects some of the amazing species.


Enjoy the birds around you - and help track their fortunes with the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch

23 January 2021
Enjoy the birds around you - and help track their fortunes with the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch

Enjoy the birds around you - and help track their fortunes with the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch

23 January 2021

Cambridge-based naturalist Martin Walters discusses what is visiting his garden and some of the early flowers.


I had the itch to twitch when rare shrikes and flycatchers stopped by

28 October 2020
I had the itch to twitch when rare shrikes and flycatchers stopped by

I had the itch to twitch when rare shrikes and flycatchers stopped by

28 October 2020

Cambridge-based nature writer Martin Walters couldn’t resist the urge to join a flock of birdwatchers.


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