A busy day at the Project Site

Posted on Thursday, June 2nd, 2011

David Waters and BBC’s Julia Bradbury discuss Great Bustard activity on Salisbury Plain

2nd June was an even busier day than usual at the Project Site as both local Radio and BBC’s Countryfile visited to interview GBG Director David Waters and film summer activity at the Site. The morning saw David conducting a lively interview with Wiltshire Radio about Wiltshire’s great flag, emblazoned with the iconic Great Bustard, then a sunny afternoon saw a volunteer work party, the core Project team and David helping presenter Julia Bradbury and her film crew capture some cracking footage for an upcoming edition of the BBC’s ever-popular show. The weather couldn’t have been better and male P5 put in a fabulous appearance for the cameras. The show is scheduled to air on June 26th so be sure to keep an eye out for Purple 5′s star turn!

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Categories: Great Bustards, News

Suzy

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Suzy is the the marketing representative of the Great Bustard Group and works to further the profile of the group across the United Kingdom and worldwide.

One Response to “A busy day at the Project Site”

  1. des bustard says:

    not sure what my connection by name is but i belong to a local conservation group in the north east of england, friends of brierdene, and i jokingly said we should reintroduce the great bustard. great what youre doing, perhaps we could .must find out more. des bustard