Dave Okill Obituary, Death – We are in a state of severe depression as a direct result of the death of a Shetland legend who will be missed dearly by a great number of people. Since the middle of the 1970s, Dave Okill has been a significant figure in the world of Shetland birding as well as the conservation movement that surrounds it.
His contributions to both of these fields have been invaluable. In particular, he is well-known for the work that he has done to safeguard the indigenous birds of the island. He served as an example to a huge number of people, who looked up to him as a source of motivation. In addition to participating in a wide range of other activities that had something to do with conservation, he was an important member of the Shetland bird club and was a driving force in the Shetland ringing group.
He was also a member of the Shetland ringing group. Both of these organizations were committed to the study of and efforts to safeguard the local birds in the area. Due to the fact that he was a friend to such a vast number of people, the loss of his life will have an effect on the lives of those people that will be felt for a very long time after he has passed away. During this difficult time, we want his loyal wife Gillian and the rest of his family to know that our thoughts and prayers are with them. I pray that God would bless each of you.