Where it all began:
Born and raised in the City of Swansea in South Wales. Dan’s love for nature started at the age of 5 when she had a bird table built for her and was bought a guide book and a pair of binoculars to use on caravan holidays with the family. Dan started volunteering at the Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust (WWT) Llanelli centre in 2013 and was then hired in 2014.
Dan started blogging in 2013 and haven’t stopped since. She loves a good ramble and love to share the enthusiasm about nature. Dan has always loved to be outdoors so combining fitness and nature is ideal. Nature is something that was easily accessible during her childhood, resulting in many many hours being covered in mud looking for woodlice and centipedes behind a garden shed. Living next to the coast for the majority of her life, Dan loves to be near the water and exploring areas which are little treasure coves that not many people get to experience.
The ever exciting present:
Dan is heavily involved in creating ways that children and people of all ages to get involved in nature. Through her continued explorations of the South Wales coasts, Dan is now involved in a lot of wildlife surveys mainly concentrating on Cetaceans and Birds.
Youtube, TV & Radio
She also has the opportunities to travel creating exciting content for her Youtube channel and blog. Her channel is a mixture of all the wonderful and weird things in the world we share with wildlife. Dan is considered an ‘Edu-Tuber’ creating content that aims to educate the viewer whilst still being fun and enjoyable – taking you on the adventures with her.
Dan loves sharing her passion for wildlife, Dan is a usual interviewed nature-nerd on TV News programmes and recently featured in a TV series for S4C about Urban Wildlife. Also, frequently talking about nature on BBC Radio Cymru. Dan does a lot of writing for organisations and companies mainly online articles but has been featured in print too.