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Website Information Update: Webcams and Forum

As users to our web sites may or may not be aware there has been a considerable number of security updates made available over the past couple of weeks by the major software suppliers. Users may or may not also have experienced some difficulties in viewing our live camera feeds (Bath and Norwich Peregrines and Somerset Barn Owls).

We have, this afternoon, been informed that earlier today our software streams from the live cameras have been updated. We would urge all users that if they still experience difficulties to check that they are using the latest operating system and browser updates.

Earlier this week we experienced a major spam issue with our forum website and a decision was taken to immediately remove it to protect all users. This has now been investigated further; due to the age of some of the software and the non-availability of new updates we are very sorry to inform you that the site will not be reinstated. We can confirm that this was run as an isolated website and no data were compromised.

We are in the process of initial planning for a new website and will make further announcements on this in the future regarding its content.

*** 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

Hen Harrier Monitoring Update

“We can confirm that the remaining HOT satellite tagged Hen Harrier (Sorrel) is alive and mobile, and in a recognised roost / hunting ground in Scotland.  As Natural England has no jurisdiction north of the border, Stephen Murphy, who tagged Sorrel on behalf of HOT and is Natural England’s member of our team, arranged for… Continue Reading