Aimee | September 12, 2018 | News


Hello everyone, and welcome to Wild Science. Let me apologise for the delay in blog entries, we have been growing as a business, becoming the no.1 provider in quality might I add, and now it’s time to get back on the horse and keep everything up to date.


Now let me introduce myself, our previous blogger Lucy has left to focus on her beautiful new family so we wish her the best of luck, and I have been given the fortunate opportunity to fill her shoes in providing you guys with your fill of, well, me. I promise I won’t bite. Well in fact neither do any of our animals seeing how tame they are. My name is Aimee, and I work as an Animal Educational Presenter at wild science. Also known as one of the animal Experts as well as the crazy animal lady, (due to the amount of animals I have at home).  I currently care for thirty-five animals in my house hold, and love every second of it. I like long nature treks, normally including the dog, I am filled with a bubbly personality, which can be a curse as well as a gift, and finally, well, I am a huge animal lover. My primary role is to provide customers with the top-quality animal sessions we do, sorry I will stop bragging about that now, as well as also provide you all with interesting discussion points.

Lets get down to the nitty gritty. This entry is just a nice, informal way for all of you to get to know me, and hopefully get you to like me enough to read the blogs I’ll be entering. My view on this is that I want my blogs to be fun, and to be read so that it seems as though I am in the room with you and we are just having a pleasant conversation. I aim to talk about a variety of topics to do with animals in general, as well as the company, and most importantly my opinion. If you like what you read, and if I have sparked your interest in us here at wild science, please don’t be shy and contact us. We have a facebook page in which you can follow as well as you can email us at info@wildsci.co.uk.  We love questions, and we love showing people the benefits that animals provide for us.

If you love animals, then hopefully you will love our blogs too. Everyone here at Wild Science is down to earth, and lovely people. It is a pleasure to be working with them, and it shall be a pleasure writing for all of you reading this right now. We appreciate your continued support, so please watch out for our next blog!