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New Leaflet

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by Philip M.

29 June 2020

Whilst we can't get out and about we have had the time to progress one or two other projects including our new information leaflet.

The leaflet provides an introduction to the project and also features the artwork of printmaker and Associated Member of the Society of Wildlife Artists, Lisa Hooper.

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Eaglets Blog #2: Emily in the aviaries

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by Philip M.

23 June 2020

Time for the next instalment of our Eaglets Blog; a blog written specifically for children and parents. In the first edition we followed Emily's journey from her Highlands eyrie to our aviaries in the south of Scotland. Download the second edition below to discover life in the aviaries and Emily's release into southern skies!

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Project Update - 2020 Translocations

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by Philip M.

2 April 2020

We really hope you are keeping safe and well during the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It is important that we all follow the latest government advice at this time to support our wonderful NHS and help to save the lives of our loved ones, our staff and our communities. For this reason, we sadly will not be proceeding with plans to collect or release chicks in June of this year as we had previously planned and been licensed to do so. It would be irresponsible for us to contemplate any collections or releases which require a team of dedicated staff and volunteers while restrictions on movements are in place.

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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.

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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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