Norfolk, Wensum Valley.
Hawk and Owl trust
Whitley hide, Frank Jarvis hide,
Breeding marsh harriers, water rails, kingfishers, barn owls, Otters, dragonflies, butterflies, tree creeper, kingfisher, water vole, grasshopper warbler, a sparrow hawk, hobbies, long-eared owl, tawny owls, herons, long-tailed tits , siskin and redpolls
Saw sedge wetland, Fens, wet woodland, reed bed,
T building is on a single level easily entered by ramp, with wide doors on the entrances and the disabled toilet
facilities. For the blind or partially-sighted, there is a Braille guide to the reserve. Tactile display materials,
audio bird song samples and an oral history of the moor recorded by local people can be found in the
interpretation area. For the hearing-impaired we have induction loop facilities. The reserve itself is accessible
by a mile of boardwalk with seating provided. Both hides have ramps for easy entry and windows designed with
the wheelchair user in mind.
School Visits, activities.
Sculthorpe Moor Education Centre
Environmental change and sustainable development
Field work and surveys
Habitat studies: woodland, grassland, reed bed and pond
Owl pellet dissection
PSHE team-building activities
Tailored school visits to Sculthorpe Moor Reserve
Tailor-made activities for classes