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Beaky is our first released eagle to reach the North Pennines

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by Philip M.

1 April 2020

Longer days and warmer temperatures have seen our four released golden eagles, Emily (121), Beaky (C11), Edward (C09) released in 2018, and Skan (C17) in 2019, extending their travels and exploring the length and breadth of the south of Scotland.

Beaky (C11) is evidently keen to see what lies beyond the south and has, for the first time, flown into the hills of the north Pennines. We are tracking her carefully through her satellite tag, and working with local supporters, as she ventures to hills new.

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Job Opportunity

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by Philip M.

13 November 2019

We are looking to take on 2 part-time Stakeholder Engagement Officers. This will help further the work of developing good relationships between different stakeholders across the south-west and south-east of Scotland. The focus will be on building relationships between landowners, gamekeepers, farmers and forestry working to inform, reassure and advise on how best to accommodate Golden Eagles on their land.

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Press Release

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by Philip M.

9 August 2019

Please follow the link below for a press release relating to recent events. We will update the blog with news as soon as we can.

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We're Recruiting

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by Philip M.

16 July 2019

ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT £10,094 pa 18.5 hrs/wk

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On the Road

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by Philip M.

3 July 2019

We’re out on the road this summer so come and say hello and find out the latest project news including how you can get involved. Ray Lowden from Kielder Bird of Prey Centre will be with us along with his Golden Eagle, Mac and some other friends. We will also have our Raptor ID Challenge and children’s activities. We look forward to seeing you at one of the events below. Entrance fees apply.

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