Sun 27 May Discover the delights of the dawn chorus in the woods and on the moor itself. The study discovers that overall probably the most serious threats to the future of curlews and their allies, is the habitat loss or degradation of the coastal wetlands they depend upon to roost and feed across their non-breeding range, including as refuel stopovers during their epic migrations.

You will find out how we look after threatened species such as curlews and ring ouzels, as well as what you can do to help us protect them. Am hoping that the remaining chick has survived.

Woods and moors dawn chorus walk, Eastern Moors, The Peak District, Derbyshire. Someone told me that the father curlews tend to attack the chicks, but the two curlews were very protective and gentle with the eggs, and then with the chick/s at all times (far as i know).