About me

Qui suis-je? Who am I? Wer bin Ich?

A biologist/ecologist (can’t really decide :D) crazy about everything that lives on earth, under water and in the air.

Loving botany, gardening, green design, music, diving and travelling.

Now working in an awesome plant conservation charity called Plant Heritage. Check their website here http://www.nccpg.com/ !

My (struggling with updates) Flickr page here : http://www.flickr.com/people/jellyfishy/

And my (slightly boring) LinkedIn profile there : http://be.linkedin.com/pub/sophie-leguil/3/136/9ab

11 Responses to About me

  1. James Corner says:

    I’ve just come across your blog (I found it from your recent registration with UKENHB) and really enjoyed reading it. I’m looking forward to to your next posts although if they are in French, I’ll certainly struggle a bit. :-) Thanks for sharing your experiences.

    • Sophie says:

      Thanks for your kind comments! I have moved to the UK now, and I’m getting a bit lazy, so I think my posts will be in English from now on :D

  2. Catherine Burton says:

    Hello! Lovely to see you last week at the Invasive Species week. I haven’t managed to get hold of your email yet so I thought this would be the quickest way of getting in touch. If you still want to come over to Leith Hill for our Field Recorders’ Meeting I can send you the details :)

    Best wishes,

    Catherine Burton (Biologisal Records Officer, SBIC / SWT)

  3. hedgiejim says:

    Great blog Sophie- details coming your way soon re Harvest Mice and other Surrey mammal Group Events. Lovely to meet you on the Invaives’ Week events. Best wishes

    Jim Jones (Wetland Landscape Officer SWT)

  4. snowbirdpress says:

    What a marvelous blog! I’m so glad you happened upon my blog so I could find you. :-)

  5. PK Read says:

    So glad I found your blog, it’s not only nice to look at, but well-written and informative. Good stuff!

  6. PK Read says:

    Hi Sophie – Thank you for following my own blog! I am completely new to the (active) blogging experience, so am just kind of blindly feeling my way along – I must say, yours is a really welcome specimen when it comes to content + presentation. Well done. As soon as I figure out how to list followed blogs on my own, your will appear – Cheers -

    • Sophie says:

      Thank you so much for your kind comments!
      I’ve been reading yours and the mix of nature, champagne, food and France suits me very much, look forward to reading your upcoming posts :)
      How long have you been living in France/Switzerland?

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