It is world Curlew Day, when we concentrate our thoughts towards the different species of Curlew and Whimbrel around the world and the trouble they are in.
- N. borealis Eskimo Curlew Critically Endangered (EXTINCT) – Top left © BNHM
- N. tenuirostris Slender-billed Curlew Critically Endangered (EXTINCT) – Top middle © Ashley Banwell
- N. madasgariensis Far Eastern Curlew Endangered – Top right © Elis Simpson
- N. tahitiensis Bristle-thighed Curlew Vulnerable – Centre left © Forest & Kim Starr
- N. arquata Eurasian Curlew Near Threatened – Centre middle © Elis Simpson
- N. americanus Long-billed Curlew Least Concern (decreasing) – Centre right © Elis Simpson
- N. minutus Little Curlew / Whimbrel Least Concern (stable) – Bottom left © Ric Else
- N. phaeopus Eurasian Whimbrel Least Concern – Bottom centre © Elis Simpson
- N. hudsonicus Hudsonian Whimbrel Least Concern – Bottom right © Elis Simpson
Wader Quest has supported curlew conservation in the UK and beyond. If you want to show your concern for Curlews around the world, why not buy a Wader Quest Eurasian Curlew collectable pin badge (£2.00 plus p&p email@example.com) and help us to support curlew conservation around the world.
Alternatively join us as a Friend of Wader Quest from as little as £10.00 per year to help with our aim to assist wader conservation projects worldwide.