Upcoming Events

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Curious Curlew Mornings

Tuesdays 9am-10.30am - 5+19 Apr, 3+17 May, 7+21 Jun, 5+19 Jul
RSPB Insh Marshes - Lookout

Drop-in and meet members of the project team for an update on the curlew breeding season. Fire us your questions about the Curlew LIFE project while enjoying the exceptional view of one of Scotland’s most exciting curlew breeding sites. With some luck, we will be able to observe various types of curlew behaviour. Booking not required for this FREE event.

Past Events

Hadrian's Wall by Laura Preston

Creating curlew friendly landscapes

Wed 9 Mar 2022 at 7.00pm
RSPB Geltsdale and Hadrian's Wall - Virtual Event

Learn about the Eurasian curlew, the work going on to support them in the Hadrian’s Wall landscape and how you might be able to help. This talk is aimed at farmers and land managers but we welcome any with an interest in helping curlew.

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Celebrating the curlew in the uplands

Fri 4 Mar 2022 at 7.00pm
RSPB Geltsdale and Hadrian's Wall - Virtual Event

An online celebration to welcome the curlew home to its upland nesting habitat, open to all! Featuring film, live talks and discussion, this online event is a celebration of the curlew as it returns to its summer breeding grounds. A live Q&A will be hosted at the end of the event.

Drone image of the Dell of Killiehuntly, Insh Marshes. Clearly showing the result of the topping management.

Introduction to curlews and Curlew LIFE at RSPB Insh Marshes

Wed 9 Feb 2022 at 6.30-7.30pm
RSPB Insh Marshes - Virtual Event

Get stuck in the world of curlew behaviour and ecology and reflect with us on the first year of the Curlew LIFE project on RSPB Insh Marshes.

Curlew Chick by Tony Pope

Curlews in Crisis – Securing the Future for Breeding Waders

Tue 18 Jan 2022 at 7pm
Lough Erne Lowlands - Virtual Event

In partnership with Lough Erne Landscape Partnership. This workshop will focus on the plight of the curlew and other breeding wader bird species once commonly found roaming the farmlands and wetlands of the Lough Erne landscape.

Lough Erne Highland cattle cot by Sarah McCaffrey

Farmland Management to Support Breeding Waders

Thu 9 Dec 2021 at 7pm
Lough Erne Lowlands - Virtual Event

In partnership with Lough Erne Landscape Partnership. This workshop will focus on the plight of the curlew and other breeding wader bird species once commonly found roaming the farmlands and wetlands of the Lough Erne landscape.

Curlew at Lough Erne by Amy Burns

Curlews and Other Farmland Birds

Tue 16 Nov 2021 at 7pm
Lough Erne Lowlands - Virtual Event

In partnership with Lough Erne Landscape Partnership. This workshop will focus on learning about the different types of breeding waders, their lifecycles and the key reasons for their decline.