SWS Broadband has supplied technology to a Shropshire wild bird conservation organisation, Curlew Country, enabling it to launch its annual live nest update.
Curlew Country started work on the ground in 2015 to discover why curlews were failing to breed successfully on farmlands and now works from grass roots up in partnership with farmers, land managers, volunteers and the surrounding community, to try and save the local population from disappearing.
Rachel Corner, Sales Director at SWS Broadband, said: “Curlew Country is very close to our hearts, as it is not only based in the Stiperstones from where we launched our business but like us is intrinsically focused on supporting the very best of rural Shropshire.
“In addition to the nest cam, we plan to offer marketing and promotional support to Curlew Country, as well as encourage members of our team to participate in volunteering days to help maintain the site.”
Pictured: (left to right) Amanda Perkins and James Warrington, project officer, Curlew Country and Rachel Corner, sales director, SWS Broadband.