Lloyd has had a very busy year, with his birds featuring in a variety of TV and film productions including BBC3's The Fades, Live and Deadly, Deadly 60, drama series Wallander and BBC1's Sherlock Holmes.
Lloyd recently presented a new three part series, Live Like An Animal which premiered globally on Nat Geo Wild in 2012. He is a regular contributor to BBC1’s The One Show and has also featured as a presenter on recent Springwatch, Autumnwatch and Animals of Work episodes as well as the ground-breaking show Animal's Guide To Britain, which aired in Spring 2011.
Working alongside his wife Rose, Lloyd has trained his birds to appear in numerous feature films and hundreds of wildlife programmes - these include BBC1’s Wildlife on One and Ultimate Killers, BBC2’s Natural Worlds, David Attenborough’s Life of Birds, and CBBC’s Really Wild Show.
No stranger to the camera himself, Lloyd has appeared in the action-packed science adventure film The Falcon that Flew with Man, Blue Peter and Five’s popular British wildlife series Will Work for Nuts. He has also regularly appeared with his birds as a guest on Deadly 60 and Live & Deadly.