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March 20, 2020
Latest News Laura Wharton

Two New Ponds for Shapwick Moor!

The excavation of two ponds is progressing well on Shapwick Moor Nature Reserve. After a very wet winter, volunteers at Shapwick have finally been able to excavate 2 new ponds on the reserve. The funding for these came from a national scheme run by Natural…
March 20, 2020
Latest News Super User

Bath Peregrines 4th Egg

The Bath Peregrines falcon laid her fourth egg of the 2020 season at 12:02 today, 20 March.
March 18, 2020
Latest News Laura Wharton

Coronavirus Update - Reserves Remain open 18/3/20

Coronavirus update from the Hawk and Owl Trust 18/3/20 ⭐We are open!⭐Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve and Shapwick Moor Nature Reserve remain open. Our reserves are to remain open to visitors until further notice. We are operating with reduced numbers of staff…

Coronavirus Update - Hawk and Owl Trust Reserves, Events and Activities

Mar 17, 2020 443
Reserves and Events Update: After to last nights (16/3/20) Coronavirus updates we would…

The First Norwich Peregrines Egg of 2020!

Mar 16, 2020 521
The first Norwich Peregrine egg of the season is here! The Falcon laid the egg at 16…

The First Bath Peregrines Egg of 2020!

Mar 14, 2020 650
The first Bath Peregrines egg of the season was laid on Friday (13/3/20). Hamish Smith-…

Barn Owls Rehabilitated at Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve

Mar 13, 2020 469
At the end of 2019, just before Christmas, the RSPCA East Winch Wildlife Centre…

Join us at the Norfolk Festival of Nature!

Mar 11, 2020 240
The Hawk and Owl Trust will be located at The Forum, Norwich on the 15th March for the…

Norwich Peregrine Live Camera - Offline 16/3/20

Mar 11, 2020 432
From Monday 16th March 2020 the Norwich live Peregrine camera will be offline. The…

Sculthorpe Update: Victor’s Hide is Open!

Mar 10, 2020 317
Sculthorpe volunteers have finished repair work on the boardwalk and fencing leading up…

Gardening Group Plant 1250 Hedge Plants!

Mar 04, 2020 371
Over the past 6 weeks Sculthorpe’s gardening group volunteers have been tirelessly…

New Access Track Under Construction

Mar 04, 2020 322
The new track is being created in the meadow area of the reserve allowing for access to…

In 2019 the first egg from the breeding pair had already been laid. Today the Bath Peregrines continue to display bonding behaviour, the Bath volunteers watch carefully for the arrival of this years first egg!

Hamish Smith of the Bath Perigrine Project has updated the Bath Peregrine YouTube channel with the latest on the breeding pair, stating:

“Courtship and bonding behaviour continues to be seen at St John the Evangelist in Bath, the home of Bath Peregrines. The first egg of 2019 was laid on this day, 7 March, so we’ve passed that point for 2020 but are definitely on countdown for the start of laying this year.”

Keep an eye on the Bath Peregrines-

View the live feed here 

View the YouTube channel here