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May 12, 2022
Latest News Laura Wharton

We're Recruiting! Garden Team Leader (voluntary)

The Hawk and Owl Trust are looking to recruit a part-time garden team leader based at Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve. Working with an existing team of enthusiastic volunteers this voluntary position will play an important role in maintaining the horticultural…
May 11, 2022
Latest News Laura Wharton

We're hiring! Part-time publications and newsletter editor

The Hawk and Owl Trust are looking for a part-time publications and newsletter editor to join their friendly team!Pictured: Peregrine magazine, the Hawk and Owl Trust members magazine This unique role requires a motivated individual to produce member…
May 05, 2022
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Norwich Peregrine Watchpoint 2022

Volunteering at the Norwich Peregrine Watchpoint We are pleased to announce the Peregrine Watchpoint will be returning to Norwich Cathedral from Wednesday 11th May. The Hawk and Owl Trust are looking for some volunteers to help. The watchpoint will be running…

Last week Beavers were released at Sculthorpe Moor!

It’s been a long process preparing for the arrival of two Eurasian Beavers at the reserve. Countless hours have been spent, planning, prepping, purchasing, acquiring, fundraising, building, scaping, and constructing the 20ha enclosure, surrounded by 2km of fencing, a new hide, silt traps, and artificial Beaver lodges.

Special guests at the release included Sandra King CEO of The Beaver Trust, Zelda Baveystock head of the Green Recovery Challenge Fund, Dr Roisin Cambell-Palmer Author of The Eurasian Beaver Handbook, Phil Holms & Matthew Kimber Board of Trustees Hawk and Owl Trust, Michael Gurney retired sheriff of Norfolk, Lisa Goddard, Ezra Luca Natural England, and the lovely Jaquline Wyatt Volunteer at Sculthorpe Moor and generous benefactor.
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We give special thanks to all that have worked on this exciting project. From contractors, staff, and all of our hard-working volunteers. This project has been possible because of the tireless efforts of the people involved!

Thanks also to Defra UK, Heritage Fund UK, Environment Agency, and Natural England for making this project possible!

Press Enquiries:
Contact Nigel Middleton (Project Officer and Principle Contact) on 01328 856788 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Images: Jacob Kenworthy