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February 22, 2020
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Sculthorpe Moor - update Saturday 22nd February

Saturday 22nd Feb, we are sorry but due to the wind and some branches that have come down overnight we will be shut today. We should be open as normal on Sunday 23rd.
February 19, 2020
Latest News Laura Wharton

Adopt a Box: Somerset Kestrels Update

Last week Mike and Sally Lee and I moved one of our boxes near Long Ashton. We decided that the easiest way to transport the box 150 metres to its “new “ tree was to take a short cut across the rain saturated fields rather than walk back to the road with all…
February 19, 2020
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The time of the Hawk: Chris Sperring Update

At this time of year, it's well worth looking out for Hawks displaying, in the case of the Sparrowhawk it doesn't matter whether you are urban or rural-based there is always a chance of an encounter. Just last week in the course of 4 hours I had 3 really good…

Sculthorpe Update: New Walkway and Fence for Victor's Hide

Feb 19, 2020 110
Victor’s Hide on the Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve is getting a new walkway and a new…

Natural Fence at Sculthorpe Reserve's Forest School

Feb 18, 2020 95
The Sculthorpe volunteers have almost completed an impressive natural fence project that…

An Illustrated Talk with Zoe Smith - Braintree Wildlife Group

Feb 12, 2020 134
Braintree Wildlife Group are hosting an illustrated talk with Zoe Smith our Urban…

Sculthorpe Moor - Monday 10th February

Feb 10, 2020 237
Monday 10th February. We are sorry, but Sculthorpe Moor will be shut all day. We have two…

Sunday 9th February - Sculthorpe Moor

Feb 09, 2020 140
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We are sorry due to the high winds Sculthorpe Moor will be shut today.

Events Update: Beginner and Intermediate Photography Courses at Sculthorpe

Feb 04, 2020 228
Join reputable wildlife photographer Steve Norris for beginner and intermediate day…

Events update: Peregrine Watchpoint Training Sessions

Feb 04, 2020 220
The 2020 Peregrine Watchpoint training sessions have been confirmed. These sessions have…

Kestrel Highways Project Update

Feb 03, 2020 181
Last week volunteers replaced some of the Kestrel boxes at Worston House in Highbridge.…

Waxwing at Sculthorpe!

Jan 28, 2020 359
It has been an exciting week at Sculthorpe as a beautiful guest visitor decided to stop…

Sculthorpe Moor Open

Jan 21, 2020 347
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Thank you to everyone for the support shown during the recent flooding. We are now open…

We're currently recruiting for a Peregrines Project Assistant. 

The aim of the post is to manage the Norwich Cathedral Peregrine watchpoint which will enable a diverse range of people to interact with urban wildlife with the emphasis on urban peregrines at Norwich Cathedral. 

The focus is the Watch Point which runs throughout the breeding season and is supported by a team of volunteers.

Key activities will be:
• Maintain an excellent working relationship with the Staff at the Cathedral and the Castle Museum.
• Working with the project officer in delivering activities at the Cathedral and Castle with the resident education departments. Supervising volunteers and overseeing their well-being at the Watch Point. This year we are running an extended season from the 5th April – 31st October to overlap with Dippy the Dinosaur.

The role covers 3 days per week on a rota basis, 09.30 – 16.30

For full details please visit our Jobs Page