Nineteen new WaderTales blogs were published during 2019. Click on a link in bold to read an individual blog.
Ringed Plovers often have time to nest again if the first clutch is lost
Over 25,000 people, representing 130 countries, visited the WaderTales website during 2019.
- The most widely-read blog was Ireland’s Curlew Crisis, reflecting the international concern for the species and the culew family as a whole.
- It is great that the next most popular blog is Managing water for waders, as this is such a positive story about how farmers, conservation organisations and statutory agencies can work together to deliver better habitat for breeding waders and an improved water supply for farmers.
- In third place is Sixty years of Wash waders which describes six decades of scientific outputs of the Wash Wader Ringing Group. The WWRG’s founder, Clive Minton, died in tragic circumstances just a couple of months…
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