Curious Curlew Mornings

Drop-in and meet members of the Curlew LIFE  project team for an update on the curlew breeding season.

Fire us your questions about the Curlew LIFE project while enjoying the exceptional view of one of Scotland’s most exciting curlew breeding sites. With some luck, we will be able to observe various types of curlew behaviour. 


Where? RSPB Scotland Insh Marshes Lookout Hide 

When? Tuesdays 9am-10.30am - 5+19 Apr, 3+17 May, 7+21 Jun, 5+19 Jul

How to book? Booking not required for this FREE event.

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Apr 20, 2022

 Thijs Claes , Curlew LIFE project officer at RSPB Scotland Insh Marshes, explores how landscape-scale restoration is impacting species like curlews. 

Mar 14, 2022

Returning one of the rarest species in Scotland to it's native home. By Genevieve Tompkins, Rare Invertebrates in the Cairngorms Project Officer.

Dec 16, 2021

Robbie Synge, Elizabeth Reeder and Amanda Thomson are artists in residence with Cairngorms Connect, through the Endangered Landscape Artist Residency. They chatted with Sydney, Communications and Involvement Manager, about their work and residency, and our relationships with art, the environment and each other.

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