We are raising funds to secure the ERW project and continue our pioneering work at Cardiff University during the pandemic.
by Sophie-lee Williams in Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom
Wonderful to see the gaining traction of initiatives to restore our lost natural heritage and species to our nature-depleted landscape. A Welsh landscape with soaring eagles back where they belong will be all the richer for it.
We'd love to see both Golden Eagles and White-Tailed Eagles back in the wild here in Wales. We are looking forward to the day that happens. Thank you for all the hard work and the recent webinar was interesting and informative. The Phillips Family
I know there isn't long left, but I really hope this gets funded. Even if not, I would love to help the project by making a video of your proposal for you (for free of course!). I am not a pro, but you can have a look at some of what I have done on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQ3SmbKg8Y8dwSaq4p0JVBw?view_as=subscriber). Good luck! Simon
The Osprey reintroduction project in the Glasfryn has demonstrated how reintroduction programs, if done properly, can be a success. It is idiotic that in a place called "Eryri", the literal meaning of which translates to "the land of the Eagle" that they are absent. Even the official flag of Caernarfonshire depicts the three golden eagles of 12th century King Owain Gwynedd. This project is therefore not only important in terms of rediscovering our heritage, but will also play an important ecological role in restoring our upland habitats. Good luck...
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