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Raptor Aid - Helping save the worlds Birds of Prey

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University Centre Reaseheath

Reaseheath

Nantwich

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Doors 7pm Talk Starts 7.30pm

Raptor Aid - Helping save the worlds Birds of Prey.

An insight into the work of Raptor Aid and the conservation projects they are involved in from monitoring birds of prey in the UK to helping protect one of the largest and rarest eagles in the world. Jimmi will also explain how you can make a difference and highlight some of the ways you can help bird of prey conservation.

Jimmi Hill – Founder of Raptor Aid.

Jimmi has worked with birds of prey since he was a teenager, both in captivity and the wild. He is licensed to monitor many bird of prey species in the UK and is an active member of three UK based raptor monitoring groups covering species such as Barn owls, Goshawks and Golden Eagles. Jimmis work involves him abseiling and climbing to some amazing nest sites to gather data and has also involved several film and television shoots using his knowledge and experience. Jimmi founded Raptor Aid in the hope he can share his experiences and encourage more people to learn and conserve birds of prey around the world.

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There is free parking at the event. You will need to use the entrance on the B5074 (Main Road) and park in either in the car park on the left as you first enter the campus (see maps below). The event is being held in Room HE8 University Centre Reaseheath which is accessible via Reception/Centrepoint and will be signposted from the car parks.

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