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October 14, 2021
Latest News Laura Wharton

Shapwick Reserve Welcomes return of Volunteers!

Shapwick Reserve Welcomes return of Volunteers! Simon Beard updates us on recent volunteer activity at Shapwick Moor Nature Reserve... After almost two years of large group 'volunteer silence' due to Covid, it was lovely to see a good turnout at the end of…
October 14, 2021
Latest News Laura Wharton

Christmas Opening Hours 2021

Christmas Opening Hours at Sculthorpe Moor If you are planning on visiting Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve over the 2021 festive period please note that as with any other year opening hours vary during this time. Christmas Opening Times: December 2021 24th /…
October 13, 2021
Latest News Laura Wharton

Conservation Grazing at West Raynham

Conservation Grazing at West Raynham Church Ruins Throughout Autumn a flock of Shetland Sheep from Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve will be grazing in the churchyard at West Raynham. After a short journey from the Sculthorpe, the sheep were released onto the…

Sculthorpe Woodland Sprites

Sep 28, 2021 535
Sculthorpe Woodland Sprites Connecting children with nature In between lockdowns last…

We are recruiting

Sep 17, 2021 703
Due to the pending retirement of our Membership Officer we are now recruiting for a new…
Over the weekend (between the 19th - 21st June 2021) 11 out of the 12 incubating Partridge eggs at the Sculthorpe Moor Reserve hatched successfully.
Out of the 11 hatched eggs, there are 9 healthy live chicks. These birds have been relocated from their incubation pod to a purpose-built structure dubbed 'Partridge Palace'.

The Palace has all the mod cons that the juvenile birds could need. Warmth, water, food and space to grow, and is checked on regularly by members of the Sculthorpe team. 
From there the birds will spend some time in a large outdoor pen to get them acclimatised to their new outside setting. Once ready the birds will be released onto one of Sculthorpe’s meadows.

Amazing footage of a chick hatching was shared with participating local primary schools
A huge thanks to the project coordinator Lilly Dollman who has spent great time and effort in organising and overseeing this educational project.
To read more about this project please see the first instalment of our Partridge Project write up:

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