Final results of WCWW8 now published.

After a great deal of email and list checking, we are finally able to reveal the results of the 8th Wader Conservation World Watch. Last year was a great surprise to us, the rise in numbers was startling, especially as … Continued

Countdown to WCWW8; 1 day to go

Forget Christmas Eve, forget Hallowe’en, when it comes to excitement you can’t beat WCWW Eve. Just one more sleep folks! For the last of our countdown to Wader Conservation World Watch artworks, we are taking you all back to where … Continued

Countdown to WCWW8; 2 days to go

Still counting down to our WCWW weekend, and now with just two days to go. As we approach the opening of our annual global wader watch we feature a bird that it is highly unlikely that anyone will see ever … Continued

Countdown to WCWW8; 3 days to go

This week we are counting down to Wader Conservation World Watch, with artworks from five fantastic artists. So to our third artist now that we only have three days to go, and todays featured wader is Eurasian Oystercatcher Haematopus ostralegus, … Continued

Countdown to WCWW8; 4 days to go

This week we are counting down to Wader Conservation World Watch, with artworks from five fantastic artists. Now only four days to go to Wader Conservation World Watch and today we are celebrating the Eurasian Curlew Numenius arquata, which is … Continued

Countdown to WCWW8; 5 days to go

With five days to go to Wader Conservation World Watch, we have decided to countdown with five fantastic artworks from five amazing artists. We start today by celebrating the beauty and brutality that is encapsulated in the bird we call … Continued

Wader Olympics for Plover Appreciation Day

In celebration of Plover Appreciation Day, we have reproduced an article written during the Japanese Olympic Games. As we write this storm Evert is thundering its way across southern England and our ears echo with the sound of rain lashing … Continued

World Migratory Bird Day

Just over half the wader/shorebird species of the world are migratory, and it is these species that seem to be having the worst of it when it comes to dwindling populations. Breeding and non-breeding areas have long been known and … Continued

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