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.
A lovely video of a rescued seal enjoying the hosepipe during their stay at RSPCA West Hatch
The RSPCA at East Winch have released six seals back into the wild.
We are pleased to have been able to contribute to this film on raising awareness of plastics in our oceans.
As witness by BBC Look East who were filming at Horsey on Tuesday 12th November.
First pup born at Horsey
Flowerpot was caught on Horsey beach with a large plastic object around her neck.
Chris and Ann Dalton joined as seal wardens last season, travelling 175 miles, to spend their Christmas and New year break wardening.
The campaign was launched at Winterton beach on July 24th. It was covered by a comprehensive feature on East Anglia