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2019 Bird Group Report

If you look forward to the return of the haunting, bubbling, song of the Curlew each spring,then please help.We have been looking for local Curlews since 2012. There were around 13 pairs in 2012, butwe found only 7 in the same area in 2019 (a 48% decline in only eight...

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Clee Hill Short Report 2018

IntroductionThis report describes the work undertaken by the Clee Hill Community Wildlife Group during 2018.Bird Group LAPWING & CURLEW SURVEYand the Save our Curlews campaignIf the haunting, bubbling, song of the Curlew fills you with the joys of spring, then...

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Clee Hill Short Report 2014

IntroductionThis report describes the work and highlights of the Clee Hill Community Wildlife Group in 2014, our third year of operation. Several of the projects have been monitoring species or habitats targeted by theGovernment’s UK Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP),...

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Clee Hill Report 2013

IntroductionThe Clee Hill Community Wildlife Group was launched in 2012 and is in its second year having completed two seasons of survey work.  The Steering Committee which was in place through 2012 stood down in the Spring of 2013, handing over to the locally...

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Clee Hill Report 2012

IntroductionA new project started in October 2011 to support three existing Community Wildlife Groups, and develop three new ones. Clee Hill was selected as a potential area for one of the new groups because it is an important area for wildlife, which is likely to be...

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2012 Bird Group Report

Feb 2012 Curlew, Lapwing & other birds survey 2012 ObjectivesBird Group members were asked to find out where Curlew and Lapwing occur in thebreeding season, record behaviour indicative of breeding, and record other species, mostof which are of nature conservation...

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