Megan Shersby

Megan is the Operations Lead for Curlew Action and is a naturalist and science writer. She has worked in nature communications and the conservation sector for a variety of organisations and charities, including BBC Wildlife magazine, the National Trust, Dorset and Radnorshire Wildlife Trusts and the Field Studies Council. She has contributed to the Seasons anthologies published by the Wildlife Trusts, Into The Red published by the BTO, and BBC Countryfile magazine and website, and produced episodes for the magazine’s award-winning podcast, The Plodcast. She enjoys moth trapping, camping / campervanning and playing board games.

Flock of Eurasian Curlews standing in water, with one coming into land.

Curlew hunting ban in France extended until July 2024

In early August 2023, it was announced that the hunting of three species of birds – Eurasian Curlew, European Turtle Dove and Black-tailed Godwit – had been suspended in France until 30 July 2024. The three ban orders were signed by Christophe Béchu, the Minister of Ecological Transition. “Curlew Action is delighted that hunting of Curlews

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