2nd January 2024
Friends of Horsey Seals Winter Newsletter
3rd October 2023
Friends of Horsey Seals Autumn Newsletter
30th September 2023
Friends Guided Walks
13th July 2023
Friends of Horsey Seals Summer Newsletter
14th April 2023
Epic Easter Rescue
Around 6pm on Easter Monday, Friends of Horsey Seals rescue team received a call from a member of the public asking for help for a young seal that had got stuck in rocks at Waxham.
5th April 2023
Friends of Horsey Seals April Newsletter
27th November 2022
Flying Rings Ban
Good news. Kings Lynn Borough Council has banned flying rings from its beaches following a long running campaign supported by Friends of Horsey Seals.
9th October 2022
Friends of Horsey Seals Newsletter
We’re delighted to share our most recent Friends Newsletter available to our all Friends Supporters.
16th July 2022
Common Seal Pups At Risk
This is an urgent appeal from Friends of Horsey Seals because you may not be aware that it is now breeding season for Common seals.
20th June 2022
Abandoned Common Seal Pup Rescued
FoHS Rescue team members came across a lone common seal pup at Waxham which was only days old with no Mother in sight
27th May 2022
Grey Seal Freed From Netting
After a couple of days evading our FoHS Rescue Team, a grey seal pup covered in green monofilament netting was finally caught and cut free
27th May 2022
How Close Is Too Close?
Seals are beautiful wild creatures who come to our lovely Norfolk beaches at this time of year. But once again visitors are getting far too close to them.
11th May 2022
Jet Skiers Scare Seals
Two jet skiers, who rode at speed along the Horsey shoreline scaring more than 200 seals into the sea, have been reported to the police
8th May 2022
Hannah, one of our eagle-eyed wardens, spotted a seal on Horsey Beach with a yellow tag on its tail amongst a group of moulting seals.
21st February 2022
Friends of Horsey Seals responded to a call reporting that a seal was entangled with a shopping bag on Winterton beach. When the rescue team arrived, they managed to catch the young seal and found the handle of the plastic bag was stuck around its neck…
19th February 2022
Viewing The Moult
After the grey seal breeding season ends in January, another important event occurs – the annual moult. Over the next three months, many hundreds of adult seals will come ashore to get rid of their old worn-out coats and grow new ones and this is important because their coats make them waterproof and keep them warm…
19th February 2022
Friends of Horsey Seal’s Rescue Team is having to expand. The Charity is responding to an increasing number of sick or injured seals across a wider area. Two newly recruited wardens are currently being trained to become rescuers by experienced members of the team…
1st January 2022
Sea Palling Rescue
Pups getting trapped between rocks seems to be an increasingly common problem this year and several people reported a pup stuck in the rocks at Sea Palling…
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