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April 14, 2021
Latest News Laura Wharton

Reserves and Hides are Open!

The Sculthorpe Moor and Shapwick Reserves reopened fully on Monday 12th April 2021. On Monday morning Nigel Middleton took great pleasure in changing Sculthorpe’s ‘Closed’ sign to display its ‘Open’ message. Throughout the day the reserve welcomed happy…
April 14, 2021
Latest News Laura Wharton

Kestrel Highways Project update on A303

Kestrel Highways Project update on A303 An update on the A303 Kestrel Highways Project in Wiltshire which covers 30 miles of the hinterland bordering the A 303, from Mere to Andover. The current Kestrel Conservation Status is Amber, which means that there is…
April 07, 2021
Latest News Laura Wharton

Norwich Peregrines Update - Incubation Stage

The Norwich Cathedral Peregrines are currently in incubation stage after laying a total of 4 eggs between 18th and 25th March (2021). In summary:Egg 1 was laid 00.30 18th MarchEgg 2 was laid 05.35 20th MarchEgg 3 was laid 12.12 22nd MarchEgg 4 was laid 00.05…

Creating & Conserving Habitats Through Land Management

Apr 06, 2021 478
Creating and conserving habitats through land management at Sculthorpe MoorImage: Steve…

2021 Norwich Cathedral Watchpoint Update

Mar 23, 2021 2135
Norwich Cathedral 2021
Norwich Cathedral 2021 Watchpoint Update At present, the Trust remains in a lockdown…

Nigel Middleton - 20 Years at the Hawk and Owl Trust!

Feb 23, 2021 1137
Nigel Middleton recently celebrated his 20 year anniversary with the Hawk and Owl Trust.…

Meet the Team - Katherine Hewkin

Jan 27, 2021 1148
Katherine Hewkin is the Trainee Assistant Warden at Sculthorpe Moor Nature…

Peregrine Project – Norwich Cathedral - January 2021

Jan 19, 2021 13123
The Hawk and Owl Trust have visited Norwich Cathedral this month to clean and check the…

Promising Activity Reported at Bath Peregrine Site

Jan 13, 2021 1789
Hamish Smith has reported some promising activity at the Bath Peregrine site at St.…

Shapwick Moor Update

Jan 12, 2021 1323
Simon Beard kindly updates the Hawk and Owl Trust on the Winter period so far at the…

Sculthorpe Reserve - Closed

Dec 24, 2020 1231
Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve Further to the Government announcement Norfolk will be…

Welcoming back the Ghost of the Moor

Dec 20, 2020 1356
Welcoming back the ghost of the moor Written by Shaila Rao, Ecologist…

The Hen Harrier Satellite Tagging Project: Case study - Sorrel

Dec 16, 2020 1692
Looking back on Hen Harrier Sorrel’s journeying to dateAuthor: Hamish Smith As the Hawk…

In total, the Bath Peregrines have laid 4 eggs between the 24th and 31st March (2021). Based on data from recent years Hamish Smith anticipates that hatching will happen during the week of the 1st May.

In Summary:
Egg 1 was laid 18.39 24th March

Egg 2 was laid 01.10 27th March

Egg 3 was laid 08.48 29th March

Egg 4 was laid 16.26 31st March

Please follow our official social media channels for updates. Links to Hamish Smith’s twitter and Youtube accounts are below, with further detailed footage and commentary on the Bath Peregrines.
www.facebook.com/HawkandOwlTrust
www.facebook.com/Peregrine-Projects-100388998635166
twitter.com/UkPeregrine

Hamish Smith:
twitter.com/BathPeregrines
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClNvmX3hE9F0PlrmDsZ9Z_w


Incubation video taken from the Bath Peregrines live camera: https://hawkandowltrust.org/web-cam-live/bath-1

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