Together with Pat, Paul runs Plovers Bird Tours from their home at Lydd-on-Sea on the Dungeness National Reserve. Paul has been involved in the birding world for over 50 years and has travelled widely in search of birds. A former county Bird Recorder he has been guiding locally since 2006 across Dungeness and the surrounding Romney Marsh.
|Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire (Where to Watch Birds)|
Brian Clews , Andrew Heryet , Paul Trodd
One of a series of in-depth guides to birdwatching in different regions covering where to see birds in the Thames Valley and Chilterns region. Three local experts have drawn together the best of these sites to offer a comprehensive and unique guide to birdwatching in this region. This edition has been thoroughly revised with new maps, sites and totally re-written site accounts.
|Thames Valley and the Chilterns (Where to Watch Birds) 3rd edition|
Brian Clews , Paul Trodd
A guide to birdwatching in the Thames Valley and all the counties crossed by the Chilterns (Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Hertfordshire and Oxfordshire). This region includes some of England's best inland reservoirs and other wetland sites, as well as extensive areas of ancient woodland, and traditionally-managed farmland. The volume contains site accounts, plans, maps, lists of birds in the region and advice on planning birdwatching trips.
Birds of BedfordshireThis book is the first comprehensive review of the status and distribution of all the bird species recorded in the county up to 1989. Each of the 267 species are described in short essays and the book also includes the 113 breeding bird maps first published in the Bedfordshire Bird Atlas (Harding 1979).
Paul Trodd, David Kramer
The Breeding Birds of Bedfordshire
RA Dazley, Paul Trodd
A comprehensive follow up to the original Atlas presenting the fieldwork done between 1988 and 1992.
Magazine articlesPaul has been a regular contributor to local newspapers, magazines and journals down the years, including Birdwatching since its inception, and Birdwatch and Countryman magazines.