Birding in Snettisham, November 2016
I have also seen him at the Royal Albert Hall, narrating Life Story while the BBC Orchestra of Wales played the Documentary's music. I like Sir Peter because of how he protected wildlife, especially wildfowl, when he was alive. He lived and worked in what is now WWT Slimbridge, Gloucestershire, saving birds such as the Nene from extinction.
On my bedside table lies a rare print of a drawing from Sir Peter's visit to Romania, Red-breasted Geese and Two Whitefronts. It depicts two white-fronted Geese standing out from the vast flocks of Red-breasted Geese. Whenever I look at it, it makes me want to take a train to the Wetland Centre in Barnes!
'Red-breasted Geese and Two Whitefronts'