The Osprey Leadership Academy blog – news from the team and opinion pieces on leadership in conservation
Is Nature Really for Everyone?
The need for greater diversity and equality in birding and conservation.
I…am a leader
In a piece taken from our “Becoming A Conservation Leader” Programme, Becky shares her thoughts on why effective leadership is an essential skill for any conservationist, at any level of the hierarchy.
Seabird and shorebird surveys at the Kartong Bird Observatory
Our Star of the Future, Dembo Jatta, tells us about identifying colour-ringed birds in The Gambia for the Kartong Bird Observatory.
A new way of working
This month’s blog is an opinion piece from our Programme Manager, Becky. She shares her thoughts on how leadership lessons learnt from the Covid-19 lock-down might open up an opportunity for a new way of working in the future.
As the early morning light glinted on the freshwater pools, the shrill call of a Wood Sandpiper alerted us to its presence. Nearby a Common Sandpiper was busily searching the water’s edge for food, and a small group of Barn Swallows passed by. Meanwhile, a lone...
Making change in conservation
At the end of last year I had the pleasure of attending a conference on Osprey conservation in central and eastern Europe, held in Warsaw in Poland. It brought together conservationists from different countries in the region, including Germany, Finland, Latvia,...
White-tailed Eagle Chicks
Our Star of the Future Anya joined Tim and the Roy Dennis Wildlife Foundation to assist with the collection of the White-tailed Eagle chicks for the Isle of Wight Project. Find out more here…
Read about our Star of the Future Amy’s experience with Projet Balbuzard here…