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Horsey Seals News

The hosepipe!

A lovely video of a rescued seal enjoying the hosepipe during their stay at RSPCA West Hatch

Six seals released back to the wild

The RSPCA at East Winch have released six seals back into the wild.

What will YOU do?

We are pleased to have been able to contribute to this film on raising awareness of plastics in our oceans.

Seal birth at Horsey

As witness by BBC Look East who were filming at Horsey on Tuesday 12th November.

First pup born at Horsey

First pup born at Horsey

Flowerpot – the 51st necklaced seal

Flowerpot was caught on Horsey beach with a large plastic object around her neck.

National Express Donation

Chris and Ann Dalton joined as seal wardens last season, travelling 175 miles, to spend their Christmas and New year break wardening.

Flying Rings Campaign Update

The campaign was launched at Winterton beach on July 24th. It was covered by a comprehensive feature on East Anglia

Summer holidays: Flying Rings campaign….

We hope you are enjoying your holiday. But give a thought to how innocent toys can cause terrible harm to wildlife.

FoHS launches awareness campaign: danger to seals from plastic rings …..

The campaign launched on 24th July is to raise awareness of the potential dangers to seals, aiming to encourage users to take more care about where they use them

FoHS at Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s event, Ocean Commotion …

NWT’s Ocean Commotion event, with Professor Ben Garrod, took place on 21st July 2019 at Cley Beach adjacent to the beach car park.

Pinkafo gets her life back ….

Pinkafo – well again and going home!

Natural England Norfolk Coastal Partnership