Curlew Calling Anthology


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Edited by Karen Lloyd, ‘Curlew Calling – An Anthology of Poetry, Nature-Writing and Images in Celebration of Curlew’ was published in 2017 and has a foreword by Mark Cocker, eminent writer on birds and the natural world and contributions from Gillian Clarke, former Welsh Laureate, Scottish nature writer Jim Crumley, Neil Ansell and a host of remarkable writers. Fool around with reel strike slot machine as well as make with out causing the home!

The curlew is one of the most iconic birds of the British countryside, over-wintering on coastal margins and travelling inland to their traditional summer breeding grounds; the cry of the curlew is one of the most emblematic symbols of wild places. But curlew numbers are plummeting due to a host of threats to their breeding grounds – not least of which is the over-intensification of agricultural lands. Fed up with anticipating every thing to vary? At this moment you can accomplish it as a result of! Run up, considering that the give has limitations!

This anthology has been produced as a means of raising money to support direct action for curlew conservation – the BTO Curlew Appeal and others. Buy purchasing a copy you will be contributing directly to this direct action.


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