Curlew Monitoring and Conservation – 2021

Hi Curlew Bird Surveyors Please find attached a summary of the CWG Curlew survey results for Shropshire in 2020, which shows that monitoring wasn’t affected significantly by lockdown, that collectively we monitored 93-111 breeding pairs, and only one pair fledged any...

Curlew Monitoring – 2021

An important part of the SOS “Save our Curlews” campaign is knowing how many breeding pairs there are, where they are, and the population trends across the County. In 2019, around 94 – 115 pairs were found altogether, the vast majority of the County population. Over...

SOS Save our Curlews Appeal – 2021

The Upper Clun, Clee Hill and Strettons Area Community Wildlife Groups will be working with Shropshire Ornithological Society (SOS) on a project to find and protect nests, and radio tag and track chicks. Finding out what happens to the chicks, and why so few of them...