We continue to pick up netting, rope and old lobster pots from our beaches. This week alone our wardens have picked up a bag of netting and rope from the shore line on Winterton beach.
A seal could have easily swam into this netting as it had a large hole in it. The seal would not have been able to remove this netting and it would have got tighter around its neck as the seal got bigger.
If you see any type of netting, flying rings or anything that a seal could swim into, please think of the seals, and pick it up and dispose of it.
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.