UKWBT Patrons

If you would like to support our work and become a Patron of UK Wild Boar Trust, please email  

It really goes without saying, we could not do any of the work we do every week without the help of every single volunteer of UKWBT.

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Andy Rouse -
www.andyrouse.co.uk

Andy is an inspirational wildlife photographer who is well known the world over. A unique and charismatic figure he is famed for his ability to capture moments from the lives of animals and birds in the wild from a different view point and often from his trade-mark stance, that of being "up close and personal" to some of the most fascinating and often potentially dangerous animals. Over recent years, Andy’s images have been acknowledged as being some of the best in the world for many years. He has won 9 awards in the past 7 years in the prestigious BBC Wildlife Photographer of the Year Competition including the Gerald Durrell Award for Endangered Species.

Zara Boland BVSc, BE, MRCVS - www.zarathevet.com

Irish born Zara Boland is fast becoming a well-known media vet in the UK and further afield, regularly appearing on Channel 5’s “Live with…” as well as Sky TV and BBC World. She is a strong advocate of responsible pet ownership and a popular radio and press interviewee and on the real issues affecting our pets today, as well as our global wildlife populations. In addition, she is the founder and director of Vet Voice (www.vetvoice.co.uk) and writes regularly for a number of different veterinary publications. In her spare time, she speaks at veterinary conferences and supports a variety of animal welfare charities.

Iolo Williams - www.iolowilliams.co.uk

Iolo Williams was born in Builth Wells in 1962 but his family soon moved to north Pembrokeshire and, when Iolo was 5 years old, to the small village of Llanwddyn in north Powys. From a very early age, he wandered the moors, woods and rivers around his home in search of wildlife, often with the family dog, Bitw.

Upon leaving college, he returned to mid-Wales, initially working on a hill farm, then in the forestry, before starting work for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds in 1985. His role as Species Officer for Wales entailed monitoring rare birds such as red kites, black grouse and chough, advising key landowners such as the Forestry Commission and National Trust, and investigating crimes against wild birds.

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