Young Whisperers Blogs


  • Are you 16 or under?
  • Are you wild about wildlife?
  • Do you love taking photos?
  • Would you like to have the chance to feature on the Wildlife Whisperer website and meet Simon King?If the answer is ‘YES!’ to the above, then you might be the young person we are looking for!
    If you have an interesting wildlife story you would like to share, about any subject relating to wildlife and nature, then we would love to hear about it! SUBMIT your news report, video or photos and we’ll feature our favourites in the Young Whisperer’s Blog!

If one of your articles is published, you will become an official Young Whisperer ‘Wren’ Reporter and receive a certificate and a badge through the post. Keep on taking part and if you manage to get another 3 different articles featured on the blog you will be promoted to a Young Whisperer ‘Robin’ Reporter! Your challenge is to rise through the ranks to achieve the ultimate goal…. to become a Young Whisperer ‘Sparrowhawk’ Reporter!

Bird Ringing – My First Session – By Jayde Challiner

I was browsing through the BTO (British Trust Of Orthinology’s) website and came across an article about ‘Bird Ringing’, I’d ...
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The Fosters’ Scotland Holiday

Young Whisperer Reporters Matthew, Christopher and Charlotte Foster had a fantastic family holiday in Scotland and wrote this wonderful report ...
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Creatures Of The Night

We've been sent a wonderful acrostic poem by Matthew Foster, one of our Young Whisperer Reporters, and an amazing collage ...
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Bird Ringing At Sandy – By Christopher Foster

We went to RSPB Sandy and saw Bird Ringing.  The birds were weighed and measured and their tail feathers were ...
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An Otterly Pingtastic day!

On Sunday 4th December, Me, my Dad and Tony (Dad’s friend) set off to Leighton Moss, RSPB Nature Reserve near ...
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Winter Wildlife – by Jayde Challiner

We all know that England doesn’t have the greatest of weather, especially in winter, but its fine for us with ...
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