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July 22, 2021
Latest News Laura Wharton

Partridge Project Update: The Release

The Partridges have been released into their next stage of life on the Sculthorpe Reserve! Lilly Dollman Project Co-Ordinator releases the Partridges into their new meadow pen. The native species of English Partridge have been relocated from ‘Partridge…
July 15, 2021
Latest News Laura Wharton

Shapwick Reserve Summer Update

Simon Beard provides a Summer update from the Hawk and Owl Trust’s Shapwick Reserve The wet weather this year has set timings back by about two weeks. Wildflowers on the Shapwick Reserve are behind meaning a knock-on effect for some of the important June…
July 08, 2021
Latest News Laura Wharton

Sculthorpe’s Wildlife Pond

Volunteers have been working on a new walkway located behind the new wildlife pond at Sculthorpe Moor. This walkway winds its way through the concealed entrance of a natural fence; leading to a display area depicting ways in which wildlife can be encouraged in…

Meet the Team - Simon Beard

Apr 27, 2021 1481
Simon Beard is the Community Manager at Shapwick Moor Nature Reserve Can you tell us…

A new trail has been launched at Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve


Volunteers preparing the beautiful paintings for display in our hides

The Changing Landscapes trail reflects on birds, the history of raptor conservation and highlights how the Hawk and Owl Trust have changed the landscape for birds of prey.

The paintings by John Chalkley and Philip Burton can be found on display in a number of the hides at Sculthorpe.

Nigel Middleton Sculthorpe’s Conservation Officer & Reserve Manager said that “We’re excited to be launching this new trail showcasing these educational paintings. We have had them at the reserve for some time and the thought of displaying them for the public and future generations to enjoy is fantastic”

This educational trail is in conjunction with the Heritage Fund and the Hawk and Owl Trust for Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve

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