Hen Harrier Day

 - celebrating wildlife, reclaiming our uplands for nature and for people

Welcome

Hen Harrier Day Online is our great new event for 2020. With top presenters Chris Packham and Megan McCubbin leading a starry line-up, there will be lots going on. Save the date: the event will be live-streamed from 10am to 4pm on 8 August 2020. Watch it on out YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/HenHarrierDayUK

Hundreds of people are helping make this happen: join them on the day! We hope you enjoy the event. If you do, sign up to keep in contact here

Hen Harrier Days celebrate one of the UK’s most beautiful, charismatic – and now rare – birds. They are also an occasion to raise our voices against the main reason for that rarity – illegal persecution. They are a symbol also for wider problems in our uplands.

Our aim is to engage a wide audience with our concerns. So our brilliant online event will have lots about the hen harrier and its conservation but much more too. There will be fantastic new film of the birds, song, science, poetry, art, cartoons, children's stories and poems, young naturalists' videos and much more. Keep up to date here:

Hen Harrier Days are community days of action, an opportunity for all of us to press for an end to wildlife crime and the wider abuse of our uplands. Out of the adversity of Covid-19, the online event is adding great new scope to reach and engage more people in more communities with these issues: so do help spead the word.

This website tells you everything you need to know about Hen Harrier Days. In normal times, what's on offer where, and when. Hen Harrier Days are fun events for all the family and take many forms: in the countryside, in town, online, celebrity speakers, gigs, walks, picnics and more.Hen Harrier Days are normally organised locally by local people: this website is a free resource for all, part of the central support our charity – Hen Harrier Action – offers.

Please join in! And if you’d like to celebrate Hen Harrier Day in some other way please contact us. Or get in touch with us anyway. We’re keen to have your ideas and suggestions, especially now for the online event.

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