Amy-Jane Beer is a biologist and nature writer. She earned a doctorate studying sea urchins before swapping the microscope for a keyboard. She was editor of Wildlife of Britain magazine, and of Wildlife World magazine for the People’s Trust for Endangered Species, and is author of several non-fiction books on science and natural history. She writes regularly for The Guardian, BBC Wildlife and Countryfile magazines, and is working on her first, nature-inspired novel. She contributed to the 2018 People’s Manifesto for Wildlife, commissioned by Chris Packham and sits on the steering group of Networks for Nature. She lives in North Yorkshire with her husband, nature- and Lego-obsessed son and turbo-charged Border Collie.
Amy’s column, wild story, appears in every issue of British Wildlife.
|British Wildlife 33.4 February 2022||311-312||Wild Fell: Fighting for Nature on a Lake District Hill Farm|
|British Wildlife 32.2 November 2020||156||Entangled life|
|British Wildlife 31.6 August 2020||466||Wild Child: Coming Home to Nature|