As regular blog readers will know, there are currently proposals to reintroduce eagles to Wales by two organisations with very different approaches: Wilder Britain and the Eagle Reintroduction Wales Project.
[Young golden eagle. Photo by Steve Liptrot]
The Eagle Reintroduction Wales Project, led by Dr Sophie-lee Williams, is currently assessing the feasibility of reintroducing golden and white-tailed eagles across Wales and has conducted extensive research to inform its proposals. Some of this research has already been published in peer-reviewed journals (e.g. here) and more output is expected shortly. The ERW Project is working with Cardiff University (where Sophie-Lee has just completed her PhD on this topic) and is liaising closely with a network of national and international eagle experts.
There are two forthcoming opportunities to ask Sophie-lee about any aspect of the project:
Facebook live interview/Q&A session on Sunday 8th November at 17.30hrs. Interview hosted by Mike Raine here
Facebook live interview/Q&A session on Tuesday 10th November at 19.00hrs. Interview hosted by Bywyd Gwyllt Glaslyn Wildlife here
Hopefully these live interviews will be recorded so if you can’t make the live session you can catch up with the videos later.
For previous blogs about the proposals to reintroduce eagles to Wales please see here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here, here and here for background.
2 thoughts on “Eagle Reintroduction Wales Project – 2 x live interviews coming up”
A part of the remit, so I understand is that those who are directing this project, will also include an ‘Exit Plan’ – – that should make for interesting reading – anyone any idea what form it’s likely to take?
Tune in tomorrow and ask the question. https://www.facebook.com/notesfromthehill