A recent summit on Curlews was convened by His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales on Dartmoor. Amanda Perkins, project manager of Curlew Country the Shropshire and Welsh Marches based lowland curlew recovery project was asked to speak about its work alongside Tom Orde Powlett from Bolton Castle managed grouse moor and David Douglas, Principal […]
New Curlew Country Contact Details E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 01743 296100 Mobile: 07740493359 There are a few technical delays whilst moving from Shropshire Council to our new hosts the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust. Please bear with us during this changeover period. Please note that the old e-mail address is no longer valid.
An exciting new partnership between Curlew Country and the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust ( GWCT ) has been confirmed today, 11 December, in a bid to reverse the worrying decline of the wading bird. Curlew Country project manager Amanda Perkins said: “We are absolutely delighted to announce this partnership. Curlew Country’s trail-blazing work on
On Tuesday 17th October Richard Benyon, MP for Newbury, initiated a debate on Lowland Curlew. Below are some of the key points brought up during the 30 minute debate. At the current rate of loss, Curlew will disappear from Southern England within the next 8 years. The main cause for this decline is the failure
Report back from the International Wader Study Group Conference Part 2: So much to think about and solutions urgently needed by Amanda Perkins, Curlew Country Project Manager Read part 1 here. Following our trip to the International Wader Study Group Conference in Prague, my mind has been buzzing with all the interesting things that I
Part 1: An Invitation to Prague By Amanda Perkins, Curlew Country Project Manager In the middle of September Tony Cross, the project’s Consultant Ornithologist, and I were privileged to attend the International Wader Study Group Conference in Prague. A workshop on the plight of curlew had been organised as part of the event and