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Trevor Beer's love of wildlife becomes obvious when you read his articles and books, and look closely at his superb drawings and paintings. Trevor began writing in the 1960s for the North Devon Snail, a local magazine, and moved on to newspapers and wider circulation magazines from there.
Passionate about our British countryside, there is no doubting Trevor's expertise when it comes to wildlife subjects, and alongside his writings he has worked for the BBC Natural History Unit finding film locations for their wildlife programmes. Natural History is his hobby, work, and therefore his way of life.
Among the many prestigious awards for his work in conservation, he was awarded an MBE in the Queen's New Year's Honours List for Services to the Environment and Journalism in 2002.
Nature Watch 3 marks Trevor's 20th year of writing his 'Nature Watch' column six days a week for the Western Morning News, for which he has never missed a day. Among the paper's most popular columns, reader's letters and queries still flood in through Trevor's letterbox, a tribute to the author's natural ability to paint word pictures as this further collection illustrates.
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