One woman. 7,000 km. 11 countries. By paramotor.
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust’s daring bid to fly with one of nature’s great migrations on a quest to save Bewick’s swans. Sacha and the expedition team flew the Bewick’s entire flyway, often at altitudes as low as 100m on a voyage that lasted three months and provided a bird’s eye view on the challenges facing these critically endangered birds.
Join Sacha as she shares this journey and some of the amazing experiences with you.
“This expedition is marvelously imaginative and adventurous, and a fitting project in WWT’s 70th anniversary. Peter Scott did similar in his day and inspired the world. That swans should fly from Russia, to come here, is surely a kind of parable – we can live in harmony with nature, and it’s up to us to do so.”