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January 13, 2022
Latest News Laura Wharton

LATE OPENING at Sculthorpe Moor

10am opening at Sculthorpe Moor... This week we will be opening at 10am Mon 17th, Tue 18th and Wed 19th. The Sculthorpe Reserve will open at a later time of 10am for visitors. This is due to essential maintenance works, the reserve will be opening as normal…
January 13, 2022
Latest News Laura Wharton

Tawny Owl Q&A with Chris Sperring MBE

Rewatch Chris Sperring MBE doing a live Q&A on Tawny Owls. Discussing typical behaviours and answering viewers questions: View the Tawny Owls live: https://hawkandowltrust.org/web-cam-live/tawny-owl-live Become an Adopt a Box member:…
January 13, 2022
Latest News Laura Wharton

Shetland Cattle: New Arrival at Sculthorpe Moor!

A Shetland calf that was expected on Christmas Day has finally arrived at Sculthorpe Moor! On 11 January 2022, the first of 4 expected calves was born in the livestock building at the Sculthorpe Reserve. The livestock building was completed in 2020 and has…

Keeping Track of Tawnies

Jan 06, 2022 197
This article was written by Chris Sperring MBE for the Spring/Summer edition of Peregrine…
Rob Speck, Headteacher of the new Duke of Lancaster School, Fakenham, and some of his team visited Sculthorpe Moor for a teambuilding walk around the reserve. The school which will eventually host 100 children with special educational needs opens on 4 January 2022.
 
All children benefit from being outside and close to nature, and it is perhaps more important for those with special needs. The calming effect of the outdoors can be highly beneficial for them. The Duke of Lancaster team visited the Dipping Pond, Education Hide and the Forest School area. They look forward to working with Education Officer, Victoria Chamberlin, to create memorable experiences at our lovely reserve.