Birding UK is run by EQ MEDIA Limited, a web marketing business based in Brenchley, near Tunbridge Wells in Kent. Neil Rigby, the managing Director, is keen on wildlife, and so was motivated to build this website way back in 2000.
A message from Neil...
"I'm assuming since you found this website that you are interested in birds to some degree and I really hope you enjoy using this website. Birding UK is aimed at anyone interested in birds and we treat experts and beginners alike – ask us any questions you like about birds in the Forum or post your link in the Bird Directory."
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"EQ MEDIA are members of The Birds and Business Alliance - The Corporate Membership Scheme of the BTO. Being a member will help us support birds in the future. I'd recommend businesses to join this scheme as the BTO does some great work and could always do with some money to help them continue this."