About Battfink

BattfinkBattfink is a new blogger who, in that odd age-group between Generations X and Y, has recently decided that she’s too young to be out of touch with technology etc.  Although a clean sheet of paper is one of her greatest pleasures in life, in truth she can type faster (and more neatly) than she writes so has decided a blog will be less effort than a journal.

Battfink lives with her partner in saving the world, the Crow, and a pair of masked bandits in deepest darkest Wales.  She has a degree in Animal Behaviour and a Master’s degree in Anthrozoology, which she spends more time explaining to people than studying.

4 thoughts on “About Battfink

  1. Jenny says:

    I’m so pleased to have found your blog. The entries are written wonderfully and move the gears of my brain (which can become rather gummed up in the mire of lesser internet whatnots). I look forward to becoming a devoted follower!

    Also, anthrozoology sounds like my new favorite thing. I’m going to visit your links about it to learn more. Thanks for getting me educated!

    • thebattfink says:

      Thanks so much for the kind comments. Let me know if you come across anything you think will benefit from an anthrozoological unpicking! In today’s I’ve linked to a good introductory book for anthrozoologists that you might want to give a try and I will add more links as they come up in blogs etc. I will try and keep things interesting for you!

      • Jenny says:

        Why thank you! I assure you that they are already quite interesting (: I’m going to mosey on over to that new post now. Many thanks!

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