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Flooding at Sculthorpe Moor Reserve

Sculthorpe Moor reserve re-opened on Monday 9 April. Talks are ongoing with environment Agency and other involved parties. FLOODING UPDATE: According to the Environment Agency website there is no flooding west of Fakenham (flooding: orange area on map). Here at Sculthorpe Moor (‘X’ on map) we beg to differ (photos taken today, 4th April 2018).… Continue Reading

*** SCULTHORPE FEN: Land purchase appeal. EXCITING NEWS ***

We need YOUR help! www.sculthorpefen.co.uk After years of trying, we have just been given a unique opportunity to purchase the land encircling the Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve: more than tripling the size of the protected area, preventing the land being sold on the open market and allowing the Trust to make it fully accessible to all.… Continue Reading

Sparrowhawks Nest at Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve – Summer 2016

At the Hawk and Owl Trusts Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve in Norfolk, we are privileged to be home to a stunning Sparrowhawks nest this summer (2016).  The nests progress has been documented in a series of videos captured by the amazing wildlife cameraman Martin Hayward-Smith.  Please find below for the story of the nest in… Continue Reading

A Call Out to all Budding Artists – Spaces Still Available on Sculthorpe Moors Trees & Charcoal Workshop

Trees & Charcoal Workshop with Bob Larking on 25 & 26 June Bob Larking MA invites you to join him for two days of “Field working” with sketchbooks and charcoal, to record trees, water, landscape and the timeless tranquillity of Sculthorpe Moor.  Bob, who is an experienced art tutor, has previously spent time out on… Continue Reading

Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve has a fantastic start to spring 2016

Here at Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve in Norfolk, spring is certainly buzzing! The weather is getting milder and the summer migratory bird sightings as well as other wildlife are starting to increase.  These have included frogs spawning, water rail, marsh harrier displaying, buzzards, kestrels, red kites, redpoll, siskins, kingfishers, goldfinch, nesting tree creepers, nuthatches, lapwings, swallows, sand martins, house martins… Continue Reading