A young conservationist appeared as a presenter on a popular wildlife programme.

Kabir Kaul, 15, featured on episode five of the BBC 2 show, Autumnwatch 2020, that aired last Tuesday (November 3).

The show records the changes in nature across four days in autumn and cameras are set up across the country to reveal the beauty of wildlife during the season.

Kabir, who is a student at Watford Grammar School for Boys, presented a segment of the show where he takes viewers on a tour of widlife spots in London.

Kabir said he is passionate about biodiversity in the capital and is on a mission to encourage people to become more wildlife friendly.

Kabir has written articles for nature publications about London's widlife, attended a reception at the House of Lords and is youth council member for the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, as well as appearing on Springwatch.

Kabir says he plans to move into broadcasting when he finishes school.

Headmaster at Watford Grammar School for Boys, Mr Ian Cooksey said: "The whole school community are immensely proud of Kabir.

"His knowledge, passion and dedication are not only infectious but also inspiring."