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River Wensum
Photo by Delia Todd
Sculthorpe Moor, Fakenham, Norfolk, May 2015

Norfolk, England


Located in the beautiful Wensum Valley, this 18-hectare (45 acre) reserve is nationally and internationally recognised as important for its wildlife. Created and managed by the Hawk and Owl Trust.


Notable Species

Marsh Harrier breed in the reed beds. There is a wide variety of woodland birds, including Bullfinch, Nuthatch and Marsh Tit. Hobby are regular visitors in the Spring and Summer.


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Birds you can see here include:

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Other Wildlife

Special efforts are being made to maintain habitat for Water Voles.

Site Information

History and Use

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Areas of Interest

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Access and Facilities

There is a large car park and visitor centre. The board walks make wheelchair access easy to the 5 hides.

The reserve and visitor centre is open daily from 8am

Contact Details

Sculthorpe Moor Community Nature Reserve
Turf Moor Road
NR21 9GN

Tel: 01328 856788

External Links

  1. Sculthorpe Moor web page
  2. Sculthorpe Moor on Streetmap

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