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1000 mile walk for curlew                         

Between March 7th and May 5th 2022, our chair of trustees, Roger Morgan-Grenville, will be attempting to walk 1,000 miles from Lymington, on the Solent, to Cape Wrath, at the north-western point of Scotland. During this undertaking he aims to achieve three things:

1. Write an upbeat book on the journey, featuring 12 specific biodiversity restoration projects spread out across Britain, to encourage readers to understand that species loss is reversible (until it isn’t).

2. Raise £75,000 for Curlew Action

3. "Take the opportunity for a big physical adventure whilst I am still (just about) young and fit enough to try it."

Mary and Merlyn

online seminar: curlews and culture

Tuesday 17th May 18:30-20:00

Join us for our third seminar in our Conservation: lessons from the curlew series. Curlews have had a huge impact on our culture, from myths and legends to music, poetry and art. Mary Colwell will be in conversation with musician, Merlyn Driver, artist and curlew scientist, Rachel Taylor and writer, Karen Lloyd.

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online seminar: forestry

Wednesday 14th September 18:30-19:30

Join us for our fifth seminar in our Conservation: lessons from the curlew series.

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online seminar: predator control for biodiversity

Wednesday 12th October 18:30-19:30

Join us for our fourth seminar in our Conservation: lessons from the curlew series.

Photo by Vincent van Zalinge.

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online seminar: managing the uplands

Wednesday 16th November 18:30-19:30

Join us for our fifth seminar in our Conservation: lessons from the curlew series.

Photo by Steve Haycock.

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Kilt walk 2022

October 

Join the Curlew Action team in a sponsored walk to raise awareness and funds for curlew conservation. Every penny raised will be topped up by 50% by the generous Hunter Foundation, so every £1 you raise, Curlew Action gets £1.50!

Location: to be confirmed.

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