My Talks

I offer a range of talks, presentations and lectures suitable for a variety of groups, organisations, after-dinner talks and conferences.  I have spoken to over 100 groups such as The RSPB, The Wildlife Trusts, and others including photographic clubs, WI’s & U3A’s.

Below are the talks I currently have available, each one bursting with my own photos!  Each talk includes sounds from the natural world, such as birdsong, with some talks including pieces of music.

I have a range of topics I can speak on so please contact me if you require something more specific.  The length of each lecture is approximately one hour thirty to two hours, but shorter versions are available to suit.  If you would like me to talk to your group, please do get in touch.

Go to the Upcoming Events page on this website to see where I’ll be talking next.

The talks I am currently presenting are:

A Woodland Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Woodland Year
Woodlands and forests are places of myths, legends and fairytales!! Our woodlands are also packed from floor to the highest canopy with wildlife – but they’re not always easy to see. Join Simon as he takes you on a walk in the woods following the seasons, to discover beautiful butterflies, plentiful birds, and the mysterious creatures of the night.  More…

Mote Park

 

 

 

 

 

A Year on my Local Patch
Discover the charms and quirks behind watching a local patch, and why everyone should have one. Simon has been visiting his local park since childhood, and its wildlife has shaped his career to date. Enjoy a heartwarming journey through the seasons as you explore the park’s rich history, beautiful landscapes, and abundant wildlife.  More…

Goldcrest

 

 

 

 

 


Birds Beyond The Boughs
Have you ever wished you could understand what birds are saying? Or how our woodland birds all live together in the same community. Join Simon as he reveals the secret lives and fascinating ecology behind out familiar woodland and garden birds.

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Kent’s Wild Year
Simon Ginnaw takes you on a personal journey through the seasons around the Kent countryside, stopping off at the coast, deep in the woods, on our heathlands, and across our farmland. Explore the county’s stunning landscapes, rich history, and beautiful wildlife.