Curlew Blog

Lockdown Lapwings – Guest blog from Carol Wood

This is the second short piece from our volunteer Carol, on her wonderful experience of lapwings during the lockdown. You can read her first blog about how she became interested in waders by clicking here.  Spring is usually an exciting time for birdwatchers, but this year, instead of anticipated trips to favourite sites, most have …

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An Experience of Waders – Guest Blog from Carol Wood

Carol is one of Curlew Country’s dedicated volunteers, who spends time in the season looking for signs of nesting curlew, as well as helping us with headstarting our chicks. Our volunteers are vital to keeping our work moving forward, and we are so grateful for their input! The mist lifts as the Caledonian MacBrayne Ferry navigates …

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Curlews in New Barnet? – Guest blog by Pat Holbourn

Pat is one of Curlew Country’s dedicated volunteers, who spends time in the season looking for signs of nesting curlew, as well as helping us out behind the scenes at events and training days. Our volunteers are vital to keeping our work moving forward, and we are so grateful for their input! My fascination with curlews …

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