Follow the journey of one special farmer as he works with conservationists on a mission to stop one of the countryside’s most iconic sounds from falling silent, in my new film Keeper of the Call.
Billy Clapham is a Zoologist and award-winning natural history photographer and filmmaker from rural Lincolnshire.
At the University of Sheffield, Billy completed a research Masters on the behavioural ecology of promiscuity in cooperatively breeding birds. His highlight being a month spent studying long-tailed tits in the field.
As well as a life long passion for birds, Billy loves marine life and is a qualified PADI Dive Master, with experience in diving in the UK and the tropics.
To kick-start a journey into a career in television, Billy is currently completing an MA in Wildlife Filmmaking at the University of the West of England in partnership with the BBC.