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Eagle Champions Update

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by Philip M.

14 May 2019

We recently gathered with Innerleithen Cubs at Traquair House for our fifth and final Eagle Champions session. To mark this special event, we were joined by Wild Tree Adventures who took Cubs far up into the canopy of an old oak tree for an eagle-eyed view!

Cubs also constructed their own life-size eagle eyries and tested them out for size. Apparently, they were surprisingly comfortable! Kasia the Golden Eagle even dropped in at the end of the day.

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And the winner is...

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by Philip M.

12 March 2019

Not just one winner but three!

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Who Works on a Conservation Project?

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by Philip M.

6 March 2019

We have recently completed our 4th Eagle School at Lauder Primary, finishing up with a visit from Falconer, Ray Lowden and his Golden Eagle, Mac. Eagle Schools cover various topics such as raptor identification, eagle lifecycle, diet and some of the challenges they face in the wild. We also look at conservation and the efforts that go into a project such as the South of Scotland Golden Eagle Project. This was an opportunity to talk about the various specialists who contribute to such a project, and for the pupils to ask them some questions. See below for some of the questions and answers.

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Eagle Champions Badge Launched

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by Philip M.

23 January 2019

You may have seen on the news last Friday or over the weekend our launch of an Eagle Champions Badge with the Innerleithen Cub-Scouts group. This is an exciting partnership between the South of Scotland Golden Eagle Project and Scouts Scotland.

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by Philip M.

26 October 2018

Apologies for the digital silence, it has been an extremely busy month of school visits, talks, walks and meetings.

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