DAN EATHERLEY - Consultant and Writer
DAN'S NEW BOOK JUST PUBLISHED!
"As Eatherley argues, the story of “invasive species” is really the story of human history, and he tells it with great verve"
The Daily Telegraph
"Eatherley has the unflagging curiosity of a Victorian explorer"
"Read the interview, enter the competition, buy the book!"
Dan is interviewed in the BSBI's News and Views Blog, with free copies of
up for grabs.
"...for science lovers, it's a treat."
How It Works
A "thoughtful narrative..."
"Eatherley has an impressive grasp of history – both human and natural ... There is plenty here to surprise as well as enlighten."
"His approach to his complex subject is open-minded, nuanced, and free-ranging to the point of wildness"
The Sunday Telegraph
"Imported species have an alarming tendency to create environmental chaos ... lock the catflap"
at Have the Romans Done for Us?
Dan reveals all in the latest issue of
Six of the most destructive plants and animals that have made Britain their home
Hundreds of species that we take for granted are actually non-native species. Dan names some of his favourites in
Crayfish to Coatimundi
Dan discusses invasive species in
"This ambitious review makes light of a complex subject and expands our knowledge with every page."
Cage & Aviary Birds
“It was all quiet and then I heard this high-pitched barking noise. That was the muntjac deer!”
Dan is interviewed for
"Every time I take a stroll on the Heath, I'm struck by just how much around me isn't 'natural' in the sense of representing native British fauna and flora."
Read Dan's article in the
Ham & High
"A tale spanning thousands of years, entertainingly told..."
Read the new review of
East Anglian Daily Times
Help! We've been invaded by pests
Read Dan's latest article, just published in
Orkney vole, wallabies and mink...
Scottish Islands Explorer
"These animals really wouldn’t be invasive at all if it weren’t for us humans..."
Dan is interviewed for a feature about invasive species in the
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