Developing Nature Friendly Landscapes for Breeding Waders – A series of Virtual Workshops

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The Lough Erne Landscape Partnership in partnership with Curlew Life are hosing a series of three virtual workshops focusing on the plight of breeding waders within our landscape.

We will be joined by a range of expert speakers at each workshop and discover how more about these magnificent birds and how we can help to restore the habitat to ensure the population can once again thrive in the Lough Erne region.

Workshop 1 – Curlews and Other Breeding Waders

Tuesday 16 November 2021 at 7:00pm

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Workshop 2 – Farmland Management to Support Breeding Waders

Thursday 9 December 2021 at 7pm

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Workshop 3 – Curlews in Crises – Securing the Future for Breeding Waders

Tuesday 18 January 2021 at 7pm

For further details click here.

Photo Credit – Amy Burns

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