BAFTA award-winning wildlife presenter Michaela Strachan has been a regular face on our screens for over two decades. For the BBC, Michaela has fronted The Really Wild Show, Orangutan Diaries, Elephant Diaries, Shark Encounters, Orangutan Rescue and spent 10 years as a host on Countryfile.
More recently, she is probably best-known as a co-presenter of Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Winterwatch on BBC2.
Other credits include Michaela’s Wild Challenge (Channel 5) which was a double BAFTA award-winning production; earning Michaela the BAFTA for Best Children’s Presenter and the programme the BAFTA for Best Children’s Factual.
Other programmes for Channel 5 include Michaela’s Zoo Babies, Michaela’s Animal Road Trip, Animal Rescue Squad and Animal Families.
For National Geographic, Michaela has fronted Safari Live, live from the Kruger National Park, Adopt a Wild Animal, Postcards from the Wild and co-presented Big 5 Little 5.
Michaela volunteered in a seabird rescue centre for The Great Penguin Rescue.
Michaela is much in demand for personal appearances, award ceremonies and presentations. Her natural effervescence and engaging humour endear her to audiences, corporate and educational audiences alike.
With her extensive experience of wildlife conservation all around the world and her gift for communication, Michaela is a popular choice to host wildlife festivals and to host natural history, environmental and ecologist events.
Michaela has also been touring zoos, wildlife parks and festivals with her children’s show Michaela Strachan’s Really Wild Adventures, a fun, factual, educational and interactive show which has been adapted from her book of the same name.