Dr. Martin Fowlie – BirdLife International

I’m Martin and I work in the Communications team at BirdLife International in Cambridge. I am Managing Editor of BirdLife’s magazine World Birdwatch and am also ultimately responsible for editorial on this blog. So if there’s a mistake, my fault.

I began life as a research scientist studying the sex lives of birds and the ecology of ageing before getting into science communication and conservation. I’m an avid naturalist, high on enthusiasm, low on skill.

I have an inordinate fondness for woodcreepers and a love of 1980s alternative music and Asian film, but am nowhere near as interesting as that makes me seem.

I’ve yet to see a Sociable Lapwing.

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  1. Dr. Yossi Leshem 20. Jul, 2011 at 9:46 am #

    Dear Martin,
    1. I read the story on the 3 Spoon-billed Sandpiper that were located that published in your website?
    2. Is it possible to recieve video materials form that expedition? I might get the story to be shown in our media.
    Best Regards,

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