Curlew Cam 2017

Curlew Cam 2017

We hope you have all enjoyed following along with the CurlewCam journey. Below are some highlights from 2017’s first ever live-stream curlew nest camera. Sadly the chicks from this nest did not survive to fledging stage, highlighting the plight that these birds face, and the importance of finding solutions to the issues they face.

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We would like to thank Carnyx Wild for the wonderful camera set up and local company Secure Web Services for supporting the streaming, allowing us all to get so close to these beautiful birds.

On 30th May 2017, Peter Dobson from Carnyx Wild (2nd left) came with the kit for the Curlewcam.  Tony Cross, consultant ornithologist (left) supervised the work to minimise disturbance to the birds.  Chris New from local broadband network supplier Secure Web Services kindly supported the streaming and helped facilitate installation, providing more essential kit and Zoe New came along to help too.

Left: The CurlewCam Team, Middle: The nest with the camera on it, Right: The team hard at work