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

New Wader Quest Pin Badges announced

Earlier this year we asked pin badge enthusiasts which two species, from a list of four (Red Knot, Common Snipe, Terek Sandpiper and Collared Pratincole), they would most like to see in the Wader Quest collection. Adding together all the … Continued

Spoon-billed Sandpiper numbers update

The bad news is, the Spoon-billed Sandpiper population is still declining, the good news is that it is at a rate of around 8-9% a year and not the 25% it was a few years ago (2009). Back in the … Continued

Thank you to Heidi Lots

The wader Quest / Heidi Lots artwork auction has now closed. We are very pleased to announce that the auction of Heidi Lots’ charming scene of an adult Diademed Sandpiper-Plover and two chicks sold for £180 in the auction. Everyone … Continued

Wader Quest Artwork Auction

Online Auction Adorn your home or workplace with this superb, original, watercolour, artwork, signed by the artist Heidi Lots.  Heidi has generously made this painting available to Wader Quest as a fundraiser. 50% of sale price goes to the charity. … Continued

How are waders being affected by a warming tundra?

We are witnessing a warming Arctic tundra due to climate change. You could be justified for thinking that rising temperatures would result in an increase in the abundance of insects. You could further surmise that this would be a positive … Continued

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