The Board – Paul Day

Paul Day pen pic. 295px by 293pxPaul Day is an environmental professional with over 40 years experience working for voluntary and public nature conservation bodies and ecological consultancies. Having undertaken post-graduate research in freshwater ecology at Liverpool University, he then undertook ecological survey work for the Hereford & Radnor Nature Trust, ecological consultancies and later the Nature Conservancy Council (NCC) mainly in Wales. He then became the Assistant Regional Officer for NCC for Clwyd and the Berwyn for a number of years and then Senior Conservation Officer for Clwyd and later Flintshire/Wrexham for the Countryside Council for Wales for over 20 years before ending his working career with Natural Resource Wales.

He currently is a Trustee of the Dee Estuary Conservation Group where he acts as secretary and a member of the North Wales Wildlife Trust’s Conservation Committee for North East Wales. He is also involved with a number of other nature conservations bodies including the Botanical Society for the British Isles where he sat on its Wales Committee for many years including 4 years as its chair. He still undertakes monitoring  surveys for plants, amphibians and bats.

He currently lives near Mold and spends time walking including leading walks for various Rambler groups.

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