Young Ambassador Makes the National News

Kabir Kaul, one of the Trust's Young Ambassadors, has made it to the pages of the National press, featuring in an article looking at the rise in young birders.

The piece in the Guardian entitled 'Eyes on the Skies' reports on the rise in the number of young people taking binoculars in hand and going in search of wildlife. Birdwatching is becoming fashionable among the younger generation and the mental and physical health benefits are being discovered.  Kabir is one of five young people who relate their birdwatching experiences in the article.

What most people don’t realise is that everything is hiding in plain sight: it’s all just there, on your doorstep, This is partly why I created an interactive map, Nature Reserves of London

Kabir Kaul

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