About Me 

Ed Drewitt giving a presentation


I have an energetic passion for nature and enjoy communicating enthusiastically to a wide range of audiences.

​Since studying zoology at the University of Bristol (1998 - 2001) I have studied the diet of urban Peregrines and been colour ringing their young. I work on a huge range of activities from taking schools fossil hunting to showing people wildlife from boats. I work for many different organisations, from the British Trust for Ornithology to the National Trust, and in the spring I specialise in teaching birdsong. I also lead groups for Naturetrek on wildlife holidays around the world. I also work closely with the BBC as a consultant, contributor and presenter. 


I am currently studying for a Masters in Research based on my Peregrine studies. More information on my Peregrine studies can be found here and hereAnd bird ringing here.


Until 2017 I worked part time in the School of Biosciences at the University of Bristol. My role involves working with first year biologists and zoologists in the teaching laboratory of a brand new Life Sciences building, helping their practicals to run well from a learning perspective. 


Previously I worked for seven years at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery as a learning officer, and 4 years overseeing the learning project on the Bristol Dinosaur Project which was based in the School of Earth Sciences (University of Bristol). 


Contact Details:


I am an energetic, flexible, and open-minded zoologist ready to

work hard.


If you’re interested in working with me or booking me for a walk,

talk, or other service, please send a message!


Phone: +44 (0) 777 2342 758


E-mail: ed@eddrewitt.co.uk



I am a naturalist, author, broadcaster, tour leader, birder, photographer, public speaker, bird ringer, zoologist, feather expert and Peregrine researcher. 

© Ed Drewitt