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Background Information

Employment History

Birdfinders

Avian Adventures

Exotic Birding LLC

Operations Manager for A Division

Asa Wright Nature Centre Inc

Affiliations

Honorary Secretary
Trinidad & Tobago

Web References (86 Total References)


ASA WRIGHT NATURE CENTRE BOARD OF MANAGEMENT & STAFF - Asa Wright Nature Centre

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MARTYN KENEFICK

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Having left school at 18, Martyn spent 27 years working for an international insurance company in the UK. Initially his role was that of an underwriter but moved into sales and then management in a number of positions throughout the UK. His final few years were based in Glasgow, Scotland where he became both Regional Manager, Scotland and Call Centre Operations Manager for a division of the Company. He took early retirement at the age of 45 and emigrated to Trinidad in 1999, marrying his Trinidadian fiancée the following year. An avid birder since the age of 13, he has enjoyed private birding trips to 40 countries in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, South-east and East Asia, North and South America and to islands of the Caribbean. Additionally since 2000 he led tours on behalf of several UK Birding Tour companies to countries as diverse as Kuwait, Kenya, Israel and multiple tours to the USA, before retiring from all tours in April 2014 He is the senior author of the field guide "Birds of Trinidad & Tobago" and, together with the artist Robin Restall is currently working on enhancements for the 3rd edition of the book He is currently the Hon Sec to the Trinidad & Tobago Rare Birds Committee and is T&T's representative to the South American Classification Committee of the AOU


Martyn Kenefick (Asa Wright ...

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Martyn Kenefick (Asa Wright Centre)

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Martyn presents the inside story of the birding opportunities of this iconic centre.


BirdGuides Events Diary

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London Natural History Society/London Bird Club - Talk by Martyn Kenefick on 'Birding Trinidad & Tobago from the Asa Wright Nature Centre'. London Natural History Society/London Bird Club - Talk by Martyn Kenefick on 'Birding Trinidad & Tobago from the Asa Wright Nature Centre'. Event: Talk open to members of the public - £2.00 door charge. Thurs. Feb. 23rd 2017 - 7pm start. Martyn Kenefick, (senior author of Helm's Birds of Trinidad & Tobago) oversees biodiversity monitoring at the Asa Wright Nature Centre, one of the Caribbean's first conservation centres. This not-for-profit trust ploughs eco-tourism revenue into its mission to 'protect part of the Arima Valley in a natural state and to create a conservation and study area for the protection of wildlife and for the enjoyment of all'. Trinidad & Tobago is home to 482 species of bird, 68 different bats, 45 snakes, 765 butterflies and close to 3,500 moths, and all important birding sites in the region are accessible from the AWNC, itself set in 300 acres of forest and home to more than 170 bird species. The islands really are an introduction to the natural history of South America and Martyn will guide us through this fascinating area and the AWNC's vital conservation work. Venue: Burgh House. Nearest tube station - Hampstead (Northern line).


BirdGuides Events Diary: Southeast England

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London Natural History Society/London Bird Club - Talk by Martyn Kenefick on 'Birding Trinidad & Tobago from the Asa Wright Nature Centre'. London Natural History Society/London Bird Club - Talk by Martyn Kenefick on 'Birding Trinidad & Tobago from the Asa Wright Nature Centre'. Event: Talk open to members of the public - £2.00 door charge. Thurs. Feb. 23rd 2017 - 7pm start. Martyn Kenefick, (senior author of Helm's Birds of Trinidad & Tobago) oversees biodiversity monitoring at the Asa Wright Nature Centre, one of the Caribbean's first conservation centres. This not-for-profit trust ploughs eco-tourism revenue into its mission to 'protect part of the Arima Valley in a natural state and to create a conservation and study area for the protection of wildlife and for the enjoyment of all'. Trinidad & Tobago is home to 482 species of bird, 68 different bats, 45 snakes, 765 butterflies and close to 3,500 moths, and all important birding sites in the region are accessible from the AWNC, itself set in 300 acres of forest and home to more than 170 bird species. The islands really are an introduction to the natural history of South America and Martyn will guide us through this fascinating area and the AWNC's vital conservation work. Venue: Burgh House. Nearest tube station - Hampstead (Northern line).


BirdGuides Events Diary

www.birdguides.com [cached]

London Natural History Society/London Bird Club - Talk by Martyn Kenefick on 'Birding Trinidad & Tobago from the Asa Wright Nature Centre'. London Natural History Society/London Bird Club - Talk by Martyn Kenefick on 'Birding Trinidad & Tobago from the Asa Wright Nature Centre'. Event: Talk open to members of the public - £2.00 door charge. Thurs. Feb. 23rd 2017 - 7pm start. Martyn Kenefick, (senior author of Helm's Birds of Trinidad & Tobago) oversees biodiversity monitoring at the Asa Wright Nature Centre, one of the Caribbean's first conservation centres. This not-for-profit trust ploughs eco-tourism revenue into its mission to 'protect part of the Arima Valley in a natural state and to create a conservation and study area for the protection of wildlife and for the enjoyment of all'. Trinidad & Tobago is home to 482 species of bird, 68 different bats, 45 snakes, 765 butterflies and close to 3,500 moths, and all important birding sites in the region are accessible from the AWNC, itself set in 300 acres of forest and home to more than 170 bird species. The islands really are an introduction to the natural history of South America and Martyn will guide us through this fascinating area and the AWNC's vital conservation work. Venue: Burgh House. Nearest tube station - Hampstead (Northern line).

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