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013 Clare Hawkins talks about Where? Where? Wedgie!, Nature Trackers and Citizen Science helping eagles

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My guest in this episode is Dr. Clare Hawkins, Citizen Science Co-ordinator at the Bookend Trust, and the driving force behind Where? Where? Wedgie? which could be referred to the Great Tasmanian Wedge-tailed Eagle Count, which monitors the whereabouts of Australia's largest eagle over a couple of weekends in May each year. 2020 was the fourth time volunteers have spread out all over Tasmania to mark the sightings (and non-sightings of eagles).

https://naturetrackers.com.au - see all the Where? Where? Wedgie! details and check out their social media Facebook and Twitter

Photo: Peter Vaughn

Follow Clare on Twitter @Ottercivet

Currently trying to get some eyes and subscribers on The Bird Emergency on YouTube, so I can put a bit more effort into the video side of things, so if you would like more visual content, please subscribe, and I will watch with interest if that's what you want!

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My guest in this episode is Dr. Clare Hawkins, Citizen Science Co-ordinator at the Bookend Trust, and the driving force behind Where? Where? Wedgie? which could be referred to the Great Tasmanian Wedge-tailed Eagle Count, which monitors the whereabouts of Australia's largest eagle over a couple of weekends in May each year. 2020 was the fourth time volunteers have spread out all over Tasmania to mark the sightings (and non-sightings of eagles).

https://naturetrackers.com.au - see all the Where? Where? Wedgie! details and check out their social media Facebook and Twitter

Photo: Peter Vaughn

Follow Clare on Twitter @Ottercivet

Currently trying to get some eyes and subscribers on The Bird Emergency on YouTube, so I can put a bit more effort into the video side of things, so if you would like more visual content, please subscribe, and I will watch with interest if that's what you want!

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