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Chris Larsen

Director. Has over 28 years of marketing experience and has successfully grown his involvement at the Birdfair since 2009 via his original business BluSky Marketing.  Chris has been instrumental in bringing to life the Blue Sky Wildlife website, is passionate about travel and supporting the world-class tour operators.

Richard Goodchild

Director. Richard has established himself as a digital guru with his wealth of knowledge and expertise.  He has brought to life the initial Blue Sky Wildlife concept and has been instrumental in the original launch of the website with his dedication to the wildlife cause, and relaunch of the new website.

Walid Bin Alam

Customer Services. Walid recently joined the team and is the main contact point for all wildlife tour operators, assisting in showcasing their tours in the best possible light to a global audience.  Walid offers exceptional customer support and enthusiasm to the Blue Sky Wildlife team.

Katie Larsen

Social Media. Has over 16 years of experience working within the BluSky Marketing team and has played a key role in the success of the business’s growth in supporting clients at the Birdfair since 2009.  For Blue Sky Wildlife, Katie’s involvement is predominantly around social media where she loves to bring the fun dimension.

Stephen Moss

Contributer. Stephen has been working with Blue Sky Wildlife since mid 2017, writing a number of blogs and articles covering Peru, Spain and Birdwatching per se.  He is a renowned birder, author and wildlife TV producer, who leads beginners’ birding tours for Somerset Birdwatching Holidays.

Jennifer Lane

Contributer. Jennifer is a freelance nature and outdoor writer based in Manchester. She has a varied career in magazine publishing and has written for the RSPB and British Vogue about her ‘unusual’ birdwatching hobby.  In 2018 she won a Northern Writers’ Award for fiction and is currently working on her third novel for children.

Ed Hutchings

Contributer. Best known for his wildlife journalism, contributing to publications including BBC Wildlife, Birdwatch, Birdwatching and Nature’s Home, Ed also has a strong background in wildlife conservation. He has previously worked for the RSPB at Symonds Yat Rock in Gloucestershire and surveyed Nightingales for the British Trust for Ornithology. Ed has a passion for all birdlife with a particular interest in raptors and bird vocalisation, and takes pleasure in committing new ones to memory. He leads tours worldwide for The Travelling Naturalist and Greentours, as well as Asian Adventures in India and The Governors’ Camp Collection in Kenya.

April 2019