Nigel Brown

What can the flowers of Anglesey tell us about conserving plants in Wales?

Nigel Brown was born in Sheffield and has had a lifetime interest in natural history, beginning in the Peak District. He has lived in North Wales for almost 50 years, since coming to study Botany at Bangor University. He was employed by Bangor University for 39 years, as Curator of Treborth Botanic Garden and as lecturer in Botany and Ecology. He is now happily retired and is enjoying being a ‘true islander’, kept out of mischief by various aspects of Anglesey’s rich natural history. This includes acting as Joint Vice County Recorder for Anglesey for the Botanical Society of Britain and Ireland (BSBI). He is presently involved with up-dating the island’s flora at monad (I km x I km) level and assisting with local conservation activities.

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