Useful Links

Birding and nature conservation organisations

Norfolk Ornithologists Association – (NOA)
The NOA aims to further the study of ornithology, especially migration, to conserve valuable wildlife habitats and to disseminate environmental and natural history knowledge through its reserves, newsletters and reports.

British Trust for Ornithology – (BTO)
The British Trust for Ornithology promotes bird conservation through volunteer-based surveys.

Norfolk Birdline (Birdline East Anglia)
The latest news on what’s about by phone, or monthly reports online.

Hawk and Owl Trust
Today, we are the only British charity working to conserve all wild birds of prey, including owls, in the face of mounting human pressures.

Natural England
– Natural England brings together English Nature, The Countryside Agency & Rural Development Service.

Norfolk Wildlife Trust – (NWT)
Our job is to protect and enhance Norfolk’s wildlife and wild places for you to enjoy.

Royal Society for the Protection of Birds – (RSPB)
The RSPB is a UK charity working to secure a healthy environment for birds and other wildlife, helping to create a better world for us all.

The Broads Authority
The Broads Authority was set up in 1989, with responsibility for conservation, planning, recreation and waterways.

Pensthorpe, a multi award-winning attraction for all those who love nature, wildlife and the outdoors.  During the winter the birds show off their mating plumage making this is a great time for birdwatching and identification.  The bare trees open up beautiful new vistas and a brisk walk offers great opportunities to see migratory and resident species.

Save The Albatross
100,000 albatrosses die each year on fishing hooks. They are being killed in such vast numbers that they can’t breed fast enough to keep up. This is putting them in real danger of extinction…

 Injured Birds – Useful contacts

The Seal & Bird Rescue Trust will take these birds in.
Contact details are:
Seal & Bird Trust
The Barns
Mill Common Road
North Walsham
NR28 9TY
Tel during working hours 01692 650338
Tel out of hours 8am to 10pm 07919462770
Also the RSPCA accepts sick and injured birds at their East Winch Wildlife Centre. They can be found at Station Road, East
Winch PE32 1NR. Tel 0300 123 0709. Email: The Manager is Alison Charles.

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Injured Bird ?

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