‘Skydancer Day’, the brainchild of the charity Hen Harrier Action, is an online annual event designed to celebrate and raise awareness of hen harriers as a springtime alternative to the annual Hen Harrier Day, held in August.
This year, Skydancer Day will take place on Saturday (14th May 2022) from 10.30am and can either be watched live on Hen Harrier Action’s YouTube channel (here) or you can watch the recorded video any time after the event.
Hosted this year by talented young presenters Megan McCubbin and Indy Greene, there’s a pretty good line up, including a revealing interview between Scottish Environment Minister Mairi McAllan and Max Wiszniewski from REVIVE, the coalition for grouse moor reform.
One thought on “Skydancer Day – Saturday 14th May 2022”
I intend to be quietly walking along the quad tracks on “one of the country’s finest grouse moors” for most of the day. I might see if I can get a reception on my phone and tune in – it is likely the only way I am likely to see anything more than a kestrel and a buzzard (if I am lucky).