“Whaups up?” Scottish Curlew Conference

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Having just read the amazing "The Moth Snowstorm" by Michael McCarthy I feel these birds in my heart and wish this initiative much success!!

Heidi Herrmann

Backed with £50.00 On Jul 08, 2018

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Anonymous

Backed with £25.00 On Jul 06, 2018

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Thanks for making this event happen, I'm looking forward to hearing about what can be done.

Kate Foster

Backed with £15.00 On Jul 03, 2018

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On World Curlew Day we held a Curlew exhibition and talk to raise funds and awareness for the plight of the Curlew at St Lawrence Church on the banks of the Blackwater in Essex. We have made a donation to the BTO Curlew appeal and would also like to support Mary Colwell with her plans for this conference and her on going conservation work. Well done Mary!

Paul Davis

Backed with £50.00 On May 29, 2018

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Sarah Pitt

Backed with £50.00 On May 19, 2018

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James Nairne

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Never funded a bird before but here we go...

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Anonymous

Backed with £30.00 On May 08, 2018

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Good luck –hope this is easier than walking 500 miles

Jeremy Mynott

Backed with £25.00 On May 05, 2018

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