How Students Are Saving The Hen Harrier at Home in Sheffield

Student life is very busy for most young adults, and with the combination of social pressures and ongoing coursework it can be hard to find the time to fit any hobbies in at all, let alone putting efforts into good causes such as the preservation of wildlife.

But that’s what’s happening in Sheffield in 2018, with a bunch of University of Sheffield based students contributing towards efforts to save the Hen Harrier.

How can you help as a student?

There are so many ways that you can help the Hen Harrier cause in your area as a student. There are many successful breeding attempts for the hen harriers that you can contribute to by going to see them and paying for entrance, or contributing to charities online directly.

You can also volunteer at bird sanctuaries and other bird related events, and spread the word of the hen harrier, and be the voice of the bird in your community.

If you want to find out more about the hen harrier then click here.

You can also look for jobs at local charities in Sheffield here:

Which Accommodations Support The Cause in Sheffield?

So far there aren’t many accommodation providers that we’ve been in touch with about this issue, but we’ve included the details of one student accommodation provider below who is a pro hen harrier activist, and we encourage more to contact us at to pledge your support.

Strawberry Student Homes, 343 Ecclesall Road, Sheffield, S11 8PF
0114 2668315

What other student causes can you support?

Obviously there are far more charities to get involved with in Sheffield and the surrounding areas, and so we’ve listed some of the most important charities to pledge your time to below, and if you want more information on this you can contact us.


I love birds and the outdoors, and will do anything to preserve our environment.

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