Our rescue team have been very busy over the last few weeks. They’ve received many calls on our emergency phone from concerned members of the public and have undertaken over 30 callouts for reports of sick or injured seals.
Hemsby Pup picked up with various injuries
Leaflet for Holiday Homes in Winterton and Horsey to raise awareness of what to do around seals.
Duncan Baker MP visited Horsey and spent time with our Chairman, Peter about helping to raise awareness for the seals.
The RSPCA at East Winch have issued an update on Carousel, the seal rescued live on air.
Watch this fantastic film of the grey seals at Horsey with important guidance on how to act responsibility around the seals.
After a busy summer distributing posters and leaflets all along the coast, from Great Yarmouth to King’s Lynn and beyond, to over 300 venues and 370+ members of the public, it is evident that the campaign message ‘Please take your flying rings home’ is being heard
A pup, no more than 10 days old, was found on the road between Sea Palling and Waxham
Carousel caught during live broadcast at Winterton
Coconut Shy Rescue
Warnings to stay away from seals after pups die due to people getting too close.
A seal found badly injured and trapped in netting has been released into the wild after two months of recovery.