Jemima Parry-Jones is a leading authority on birds of prey, a conservationist, raptor breeded, author and lecturer. She is the Director of the International Centre for Birds of Prey, which was founded by her father, Phillip Glasier, in 1967. Jemima has worked extensively across the globe to rescue vulture species from the brink of extinction and her work has lead to her recieving multiple awards including being appointed an MBE.
Jemima has written over 20 books on animal life and will be joining HowThe LightGetsIn to discuss the nature of language in humans and animals.
"Jemima is totally committed to culture conservation … she's really a force to be reckoned with." ~ Chris Bowden, Globally Theatened Species Officer at RSPB