Breeding Curlews

Curlews have become very scarce breeding birds in Northern Ireland. The Centre for Environmental Data and Recording (CEDaR) are interested in any records of Curlews in possible breeding habitat.

Curlews breed on open moorland, rough and damp pastures, unimproved hay meadows and boggy ground. They occasionally use arable crops and silage fields.

If you see Curlews in possible breeding habitat please report your sighting online at:

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