Emergency

If you see any wildlife in difficulty please contact FoHS - 07706 314514 or the RSPCA on 0300 1234 999

News

Latest News

Horsey Seals News

Newcastle University films grey seals clapping underwater

Researchers believe they are the first to film grey seals clapping their flippers underwater.

Horsey Seals News

‘A shot of Wildlife’ film of Seals at Horsey

We are pleased to share this film that has been sent to us by ‘A Shot of Wildlife’ and gives an insight to the seals behaviour at Horsey.

Grey Seal catches pike in Norfolk Broad

Norfolk Images caught this fantastic footage of a grey seal catching and eating a pike in a local Norfolk Broad.

Still Saving Seals………

Our season may have finished but the rescue team are still responding to calls and saving pups and seals on our beach.

Carousel Released

Carousel has been released.

Colossus – caught at last!

On New Years Eve, we successfully managed to capture one of the netted bulls that has been on our list for a considerable time. He is now safely at RSPCA East Winch undergoing treatment for a very deep, nasty wound encircling his neck. We were able to use our new mobile stretcher carrier for the first […]

We don’t just rescue Seals!

On the way out of the car park, a car had slipped off the main track and the car was half way into the woods.

A lucky escape

This poor pup was picked up at Waxham by our rescue teams with fishing line and hook in its mouth.

Potential Danger for seals

We continue to pick up netting, rope and old lobster pots from our beaches. This week alone our wardens have picked up a bag of netting and rope from the shore line on Winterton beach.

Carousel Update

An update from the RSPCA at East Winch on Carousel who was rescued in December.

A long way from Home!

Dawn, a member of the public, highlighted us to a black coated pup in the very far back dunes at Winterton a couple of days ago. On investigation, we found the pup and returned it to the beach BUT…..

Teenage Fun!

We’re monitoring three pups that are having a lovely time in the pond in the dunes at Winterton.

Natural England Norfolk Coastal Partnership