Great talk by Lee Schofield, RSPB SIte Manager for Haweswater. Lots of good news in this one!
Haweswater Reservoir March 2014, home of England’s Golden Eagle. United Utlilities (UU) own 9% of the land in The Lake District National Park and gather water from about 35% of the land to supply fresh water to over 2 million people.
At Maulds Meaburn Village Institute on April 2, Lee Schofield, Site Manager for the RSPB delivered a fast-paced talk on recent developments at Haweswater that was illustrated with fine images of birds and was densely informative, highly interesting and very encouraging. Haweswater Reservoir in Mardale is one of Cumbria’s iconic lakes, it supplies more than 2 million people with fresh water and is home to a rich and varied fauna and flora including England’s last Golden Eagle.
The Royal Society For The Protection of Birds (RSPB) is now responsible for the management of two farms, one at The Naddle and one at Swindale…
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