We continue to pick up netting and rope from our beaches.
Colossus has been released after recovering at RSPCA East Winch
In response to government advice on minimising the spread of Covid 19 virus and to comply with our duty of care to our volunteers and visitors Friends of Horsey Seals (FoHS) are standing down all our wardens from Sunday 22nd March 2020.
The RSPCA is closing its animal centres to the general public until further notice.
If you have animal welfare concerns, please contact them on 0300 1234 999.
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The Rt Revd Graham Usher the Bishop of Norwich has invited Friends of Horsey Seals to manage and organise an ‘open day’ at The Bishops Private Garden, Norwich Cathedral, Norwich on Sunday 26th July 2020 from 1 pm
We are still getting reports of necklaced or netted seals on our beaches.
Researchers believe they are the first to film grey seals clapping their flippers underwater.
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.
Norfolk Images caught this fantastic footage of a grey seal catching and eating a pike in a local Norfolk Broad.
Our season may have finished but the rescue team are still responding to calls and saving pups and seals on our beach.