Putting pen to paper for aspiring nature writers, by Lucy McRobert

In celebration of #NationalWritingDay Lucy McRobert tells us about her writing style – “I’ve been working in conservation since University, but unlike many conservationists I barely have a qualification in science (GSCE was the best I could do). That has given me a spiritual, people-focused relationship with nature. When I write about wildlife, I like to inject humour, historical context, frustration, anecdotes, self-deprecation, learning and mistakes. My style is down-to-earth. Others are brilliant at writing calls to arms and visions for the future, lyrical and poetic prose, or unpicking ecological and conservation theories.” 
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