An archive of video footage and clips from Curlew Country.
Curlew Cam this year was a huge success! The chicks left the nest on the 4th June, in the early afternoon. They have been fitted with radio tags so that we can hopefully track their progress in the coming weeks. Check our news posts and blog for updates, or subscribe […]
This training film was a partnership initiative by Curlew Country and the British Trust for Ornithology. It was made in 2017 by local photographer and cameraman Ben Osborne. The idea is to help those unfamiliar with Curlew behaviour who are trying to record adult numbers or support breeding activity. It […]
Follow along with the video below to make your very own paper curlew for World Curlew Day! You can send us pictures of your paper curlew creations to firstname.lastname@example.org, for a chance to feature on our website!
Click below to view the short film from Billy Clapham. Billy joined the project to film for his thesis in Wildlife Filmmaking from the University of West England, in partnership with the BBC Natural History Unit. Meet welsh farmer Wynford Jones and his curlew family, and follow along with their […]
Take a look back at the headstarting process with us, from egg, incubation, hatching, rearing and finally, release! Our work relies on donations and funding! Please give what you can to help us win the race against time to save curlew!
A short video about the season so far for Curlew Country, the trials the project faces and the new techniques being trialled to increase the population. Featuring project manager, Amanda Perkins, and project ornithologist, Tony Cross. Our thanks go to Billy Clapham for the filming and editing.