Singing to the birds

An evening of science, gypsy jazz, folk music and poetry!

15th Sept 2021

The ECHOES project and Celtic Neighbours have come together to host a community event for the whole family. Indulge in a delicious menu provided by TÅ· Cemaes, while enjoying folk music, gypsy jazz and new poetry, in Welsh and Irish, built around the themes of climate change and threatened species. You will also get a chance to learn about the birdlife in the Dyfi Estuary.

World Curlew Day Webinar

21st April 2021

To celebrate World Curlew Day, we will present you with our latest curlew research – from behaviours in the field to habitat mapping from space! 

There will be a LIVE Q&A, wonderful music and we will be announcing the winners of our Draw a Curlew Competition!

Draw a Curlew Competition

Closing date 18th April 2021

Running up to World Curlew Day, we are launching a drawing competition!

To raise awareness of the red-listed Curlew – one of the birds studied in the ECHOES project – we would like to challenge children along the Irish Sea coast to send us a drawing of a Curlew! The winners will receive 20 gift cards printed with their Curlew drawing.


23rd July 2020

Hear about the ECHOES project and from guest speakers on our precious natural resources, the impacts of climate change along the Irish Sea and collaboration opportunities to manage the challenges we face.