Growing up in rural North Wales has allowed me to immerse myself in nature and really witness its beauty and wonders first hand. At only four years old, I recall the wailing sound of a Curlew flying over my house. And from that moment on a burning passion for all aspects of nature, ornithology and big cats predominately, has only grew and grew within me.
17 years on, I now study ecology and environmental science at the University of Gloucestershire. My goal is to become a conservation scientist primarily focusing my research on supporting wildlife conservation globally. In my spare time, I am an amateur wildlife photographer and love snapping photos of anything nature related.
Now more than ever it is so important for young people to be involved with nature, therefore it is an absolute honour to join the Cameron Bespolka Trust as a young ambassador and represent the amazing and crucial work, I am eternally grateful. And I am looking forward to working on projects with the trust and the other like minded young ambassadors.