"The earth has music for those who listen"
George Santayana

The natural world is so important yet often so ignored and misunderstood. Without the flora and fauna of our planet we ourselves would die out. The essence of learning is curiosity, gaining an understanding of subjects and living in harmony with them.

I am the author of two books on Natural history Travel:

Fangs for the Memories
The search for tarantulas in Ecuador.

A Daintree Diary
Tales from Travels to the Daintree Rainforest in tropical North Queensland, Australia.

I have also written for magazines and appeared on radio and television in UK and Germany. I have bred endangered species of tarantula and scorpion and always work to accentuate the positive aspects of arachnids – who have been here for millions of years, well before we were.

I can provide the following: 
Rainforest lectures – what a rainforest is and what lives in it. The importance of the rainforest to us.
Lectures on spiders, scorpions and other arachnids.
Lecture - In search of the whistling spider.
Lecture - The life of Tarantulas.
Lecture – Fangs for the memories – a trip to Ecuador looking for giant spiders.
Bespoke lectures – anything from British Garden Birds to extinct species.
My work can support school curriculum work and other projects or just serve as a subject of interest and education.

The rainforest in Ecuador, Belize, Guatemala, Australia and Costa Rica are all covered.

Caissa Consulting
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