Paul Waring is a freelance specialist in moth conservation. His involvement with moths started as a boyhood interest in finding and rearing caterpillars and led to a degree in zoology at Oxford University. His PhD concerned the diversity and conservation of moths in relation to woodland management. Since then, he has accumulated over 30 years of experience in moth conservation. He started his career by working for five years as the moth specialist for the Nature Conservancy Council, since when he has worked as a freelancer all over the world, and for many organisations. He wrote the best-selling Field Guide to the Moths of Great Britain and Ireland.
Paul has written the moths column in the wildlife reports in every issue since the magazine first went to print, in October 1989.
|British Wildlife 30.6 August 2019||434-456||Wildlife reports|
|British Wildlife 30.5 June 2019||361-380||Wildlife reports|
|British Wildlife 30.4 April 2019||278-299||Wildlife reports|
|British Wildlife 30.3 February 2019||202-222||Wildlife reports|
|British Wildlife 30.2 December 2018||122-142||Wildlife reports|
|British Wildlife 30.1 October 2018||46-66||Wildlife reports|