Herefordshire Wildlife Trust have a project to help the Curlew, with local groups working to protect them on Lugg Meadow. Read about the project here: 20190412 Herefordshire – Curlew on Lugg Meadow (PDF). Also see the appeal on their website. In addition they are organising an event on World Curlew […]
A new document has been added to the advice page. This manual describes how to protect Curlew nests from ground predators by an electrical fence.
Braydon Forest is a traditional Curlew breeding area in North Wiltshire, between Malmesbury and Swindon; it is an ancient royal hunting ground, nowadays a land of rolling fields, with a hint of downland, some arable fields, some grassland much of which is cultivated for silage. Historical bird records show that […]
We have recently featured information about signs erected at sites where Curlews and other ground-nesting birds may breed, and where there is a potential for ramblers and dog-walkers, if they stray from the footpaths, to disturb the nesting birds. It is good to see that most visitors respect the signs, […]