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Mark Cocker

Mark Cocker

Mark Cocker is one of Britain’s foremost writers on nature and contributes regularly to the Guardian, Times Literary Supplement, as well as BBC Radio. His seven books, including the universally acclaimed Birds Britannica (with Richard Mabey), deal with modern responses to wilderness, whether found in landscape, human societies or in other species. He has travelled the world in search of wildlife and won a Winston Churchill Travel Fellowship to study the cultural importance of birds in West Africa.