Our Youth Ambassadors support our vision in engaging a younger audience in the natural world. From award winning bloggers to conservation advocates, we have five talented ambassadors that create exciting content that hopefully inspires other young people to engage with wildlife. Our Youth Ambassador team are important in spreading the message and inspiring people to get outside and explore!
My name is Bella and I'm a 15 year old conservationist who is also passionate about animal rights and the environment. I feel strongly about encouraging my generation to spend more time outside engaging with nature and learning about the abundance of life that thrives on our doorstep. If we lose our association with the natural world, we'll lose an integral part of what makes life so valuable and precious.
I'm 14 years old and have been writing my blogs 'Appleton Wildlife Diaries' since I was 10 years old. I am also a keen amateur wildlife photographer. My interests lie in British wildlife, especially mammals. I am extremely passionate about getting younger people involved in wildlife.
I've worked with UK wildlife from a young age and love that Pocket Pals will help to educate people about all of the lovely beasties that we have on our tiny island! My favourite wild animal in the UK has to be the European Robin as they're so inquisitive and bold, and they're definitely not afraid to pose for a photo!
I’m a 14 year old naturalist and conservationist - author of the ‘Young Fermanagh Naturalist’ blog. I’m a fervent campaigner for wildlife and wild places; especially the fight against raptor persecution. I am autistic and my connection to nature helps me make sense of the world. I express my joy by writing about my wild experiences and I share my excitement through advocacy work in schools and conferences nationwide. Nurturing connection to nature is my biggest passion in life.