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Background imageWildlife Collection: The Rannoch Rowan, a rowan tree growing out of a giant boulder on the desolate wilderness

The Rannoch Rowan, a rowan tree growing out of a giant boulder on the desolate wilderness of Rannoch Moor. Argyll and Bute, Scotland. 23rd August 1951

Background imageWildlife Collection: Sir David Attenborough. Television Wildlife and Nature Presenter Portraits

Sir David Attenborough. Television Wildlife and Nature Presenter Portraits for The Mirror. Picture taken by Chris Grieve Picture taken 18th September 1990

Background imageWildlife Collection: Pond dipping... pupils of Sheepridges Ashbrow Junior School (from left

Pond dipping... pupils of Sheepridges Ashbrow Junior School (from left) Marcus Bennett, Jason Swales, Sabrina Barrett and Matthew Crowther discover life at the bottom of Meltham Mills dam

Background imageWildlife Collection: Naturalist David Bellamy carries Neptune, alias Mr Phil Lodge out of the surf on the Blue

Naturalist David Bellamy carries Neptune, alias Mr Phil Lodge out of the surf on the Blue Flag beach at South Shields on 11th July 1990

Background imageWildlife Collection: David Bellamy at Penshaw Monument on 13th April, 1987, with some of the 200 people who

David Bellamy at Penshaw Monument on 13th April, 1987, with some of the 200 people who joined him to walk to Washington Waterfowl Park

Background imageWildlife Collection: Pupils from Seaton Delaval First School played host to TV nature expert, David Bellamy

Pupils from Seaton Delaval First School played host to TV nature expert, David Bellamy, on 2nd June 1986, to show off a former pit heap they adopted

Background imageWildlife Collection: Conservationist David Bellamy (left) and Mayor of South Tyneside Councillor Bill Pargeter

Conservationist David Bellamy (left) and Mayor of South Tyneside Councillor Bill Pargeter (right) celebrate the Blue Flag award with Neptune, aka Phil Lodge, (centre) at South Shields on 11th July

Background imageWildlife Collection: David Bellamy and Diane Crozier, of English Nature, plant wild flowers to represent

David Bellamy and Diane Crozier, of English Nature, plant wild flowers to represent the five regions ot Tyne and Wear on 17th June 1994

Background imageWildlife Collection: David Bellamy teaches Mark Cumberledge, aged 2, from Hookergate, about Chopwell Woods

David Bellamy teaches Mark Cumberledge, aged 2, from Hookergate, about Chopwell Woods, after the opening of the Woodland Park on 3rd July 1994

Background imageWildlife Collection: India The temple elephant and an old man in the temple colonade at Kancheepuram near

India The temple elephant and an old man in the temple colonade at Kancheepuram near Madras March 1975

Background imageWildlife Collection: Panda bear sitting and eating bamboo and London Zoo June 1993 A©Mirrorpix

Panda bear sitting and eating bamboo and London Zoo June 1993 A©Mirrorpix
Panda bear sitting and eating bamboo and London Zoo June 1993 © Mirrorpix

Background imageWildlife Collection: An escaped weaver bird is stalked by steward Barbara Clark from Derby at the National

An escaped weaver bird is stalked by steward Barbara Clark from Derby at the National Exhibition of Cage and Aviary Birds. December 1970 © Mirrorpix

Background imageWildlife Collection: Three Giraffes in zoo enclosure two adults and one juvenile March 1993

Three Giraffes in zoo enclosure two adults and one juvenile March 1993

Background imageWildlife Collection: Racing pigeon Smaragd, the fastest pigeon on Earth at his owners home in Loughborough

Racing pigeon Smaragd, the fastest pigeon on Earth at his owners home in Loughborough November 1989 P044318

Background imageWildlife Collection: Baby Starling gets its first view of the outside world. 26th May 1961 P044308

Baby Starling gets its first view of the outside world. 26th May 1961 P044308 DR 161/5

Background imageWildlife Collection: Dr David Bellamy (right) with his brother Gervaise on 29th March 1989

Dr David Bellamy (right) with his brother Gervaise on 29th March 1989

Background imageWildlife Collection: Stag at Knole Park in Sevenoaks, Kent. 30th March 1954

Stag at Knole Park in Sevenoaks, Kent. 30th March 1954

Background imageWildlife Collection: David Attenborough speaking at a BBC Conference. He is explaining that the launch

David Attenborough speaking at a BBC Conference. He is explaining that the launch of BBC2 North will be put back 2 weeks, from 17th October 1965, to 31st October 1965

Background imageWildlife Collection: Cleaning up... Meltham County Primary School pupils work in the conservation scheme which

Cleaning up... Meltham County Primary School pupils work in the conservation scheme which has won them a £ 200 award from the Nature Conservancy Council

Background imageWildlife Collection: Frozen Lake, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, England, 12th February 1978

Frozen Lake, Cannon Hill Park, Birmingham, England, 12th February 1978. Parks Policeman proceeding round the perimeter of Cannon Hill Park, uses his bicycle as a makeshift icebreaker

Background imageWildlife Collection: These eight Almondbury Junior School pupils are travelling to London this Friday to

These eight Almondbury Junior School pupils are travelling to London this Friday to receive an award for their schools conservation work

Background imageWildlife Collection: Pandering to wildlife caring youngsters (and pandas and pets) in Greenhead Park

Pandering to wildlife caring youngsters (and pandas and pets) in Greenhead Park, who took part in a sponsored walk organised annually since 1980 by the Huddersfield Wildlife Fund

Background imageWildlife Collection: Families enjoy bird watching at Billingham Beck Country Park. 30th May 1994

Families enjoy bird watching at Billingham Beck Country Park. 30th May 1994

Background imageWildlife Collection: An 8st killer snake was let loose at Kirkburton CofE Primary School

An 8st killer snake was let loose at Kirkburton CofE Primary School... and children stroked it. Hector, a 20ft-long python

Background imageWildlife Collection: The Saltee Islands, 5 kilometres off the southern coast of County Wexford, Ireland

The Saltee Islands, 5 kilometres off the southern coast of County Wexford, Ireland. 24th August 1953

Background imageWildlife Collection: Guests are shown around The Saltee Islands, 5 kilometres off the southern coast of County

Guests are shown around The Saltee Islands, 5 kilometres off the southern coast of County Wexford, Ireland, by the owner, self-styled Prince Michael I (Michael Neale). 4th August 1953

Background imageWildlife Collection: Fergus Cashin visits The Saltee Islands, 5 kilometres off the southern coast of County

Fergus Cashin visits The Saltee Islands, 5 kilometres off the southern coast of County Wexford, Ireland and talks to the owners, self-styled Prince Michael I (Michael Neale) and his wife

Background imageWildlife Collection: Making a splash... Nields Junior and Infant School opens its nature pond at assembly

Making a splash... Nields Junior and Infant School opens its nature pond at assembly. Mr Andrew Mansell (left), of Holmbridge, who built the pond at the Slaithwaite school, and Mr Bob McCartney

Background imageWildlife Collection: Children at Emley First School with bird tables donated to the school after an appeal in

Children at Emley First School with bird tables donated to the school after an appeal in the Examiners letters page after one made by pupils went missing. 9th January 1992

Background imageWildlife Collection: Televison presenter Dr David Bellamy has taken to modelling Chinese opera costumes to

Televison presenter Dr David Bellamy has taken to modelling Chinese opera costumes to help raise money for conservation on 4th October 1985

Background imageWildlife Collection: Gwappeling in the undergwof... botanist and parliamentary candidate David Bellamy

Gwappeling in the undergwof... botanist and parliamentary candidate David Bellamy planted a tree in Gosforth Central Park to commemorate St Oswalds Hospices 10th anniversary on 14th March 1997

Background imageWildlife Collection: David Bellamy looks over the country park at the back of the Siemans site on 18th

David Bellamy looks over the country park at the back of the Siemans site on 18th September 1997

Background imageWildlife Collection: TV naturalist David Bellamy (right) with Judith Foster and her dog Lady on 30th September

TV naturalist David Bellamy (right) with Judith Foster and her dog Lady on 30th September 1986. David had difficulty finding hedgehogs for his television programme " Bellamys Bugle" but

Background imageWildlife Collection: Dr David Bellamy explains Project Soma to Durham pupils Martin McBrearty

Dr David Bellamy explains Project Soma to Durham pupils Martin McBrearty, aged 10 on 6th may 1988

Background imageWildlife Collection: Botanist David Bellamy in Durham on 28th January, 1983 with Mastermind inquisitor Magnus

Botanist David Bellamy in Durham on 28th January, 1983 with Mastermind inquisitor Magnus Magnusson to take part in the radio panel game Animal, Vegetable and Mineral for the BBC

Background imageWildlife Collection: Beer loving TV botanist David Bellamy with Ces Vallally on 20th May, 1986

Beer loving TV botanist David Bellamy with Ces Vallally on 20th May, 1986, who has invented a unique pump which will help quench the thirst of villagers in drought-stricken countries

Background imageWildlife Collection: The two Davids, Bellamy and Attenborough, at Lumley Castle to launch the Durham Wildlife

The two Davids, Bellamy and Attenborough, at Lumley Castle to launch the Durham Wildlife Appeal on 6th November 1985

Background imageWildlife Collection: Leisure complex attendant Phillipa Seccombe helps David Bellamy out of the pool at

Leisure complex attendant Phillipa Seccombe helps David Bellamy out of the pool at the Eden Arms, Rushyford on 29th November 1986, after his opening eremony dip

Background imageWildlife Collection: Dr David Bellamy with a pint of beer on 20th February 1981

Dr David Bellamy with a pint of beer on 20th February 1981. David is launching the latest campaign to curb excessive drinking in the region

Background imageWildlife Collection: TV botanist David Bellamy was in Gosforth High Street, Newcastle on 9th March 1982 to

TV botanist David Bellamy was in Gosforth High Street, Newcastle on 9th March 1982 to open Pickfords Travel shop, where there were just enough plants around to make him feel at home

Background imageWildlife Collection: Dr David Bellamy with his new book The Queens Hidden Garden

Dr David Bellamy with his new book The Queens Hidden Garden and chinaware on 4th December 1986

Background imageWildlife Collection: David Bellamy with young actors at Newcastles Eldon Square Recreation Centre on 15th

David Bellamy with young actors at Newcastles Eldon Square Recreation Centre on 15th January 1985 to help launch the new " Ever Thought About Sport" campaign

Background imageWildlife Collection: Record Breaking runner Chris Chataway and broadcaster David Bellamy met youngsters who

Record Breaking runner Chris Chataway and broadcaster David Bellamy met youngsters who have been involved with the newly set-up East Durham Groundwork Trust, on 19th May 1987

Background imageWildlife Collection: Dr David Bellamy with Lindsey Collier, Paul Taylor and Donna Staite on 1st May 1990

Dr David Bellamy with Lindsey Collier, Paul Taylor and Donna Staite on 1st May 1990. David officially opened a riverside walk from Roker in Sunderland to Fatfield in Washington

Background imageWildlife Collection: On the lookout for debris... Dr David Belamy at the launching of the Eager Beaver

On the lookout for debris... Dr David Belamy at the launching of the Eager Beaver
On the lookout for debris...Dr David Belamy at the launching of the Eager Beaver on 23rd September 1989. The Eager Beaver will clear floating debris from the river Tyne from Newburn to the mouth of

Background imageWildlife Collection: David Bellamy in Jesmond Dene meeting and talking to children for Wildlife week on 10th

David Bellamy in Jesmond Dene meeting and talking to children for Wildlife week on 10th June 1997

Background imageWildlife Collection: TV botanist David Bellamy opened an exhibition, featuring live giant spiders, scorpions

TV botanist David Bellamy opened an exhibition, featuring live giant spiders, scorpions, an Indian python and a colony of leaf-eating tropical ants at Newcastles Hancock Museum on 7th January 1988

Background imageWildlife Collection: David Bellamy and Landscape Architect Philip Barker looks over the country park at

David Bellamy and Landscape Architect Philip Barker looks over the country park at the back of the Siemans site on 18th September 1997



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