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Sculthorpe Moor is a nature reserve managed by national wildlife charity, The Hawk and Owl Trust. The rare fen habitat is managed for wild birds of prey and the eco-systems on which they depend. With over a mile of easy access boardwalk and hides...more
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Turf Moor Road | Sculthorpe, Fakenham NR21 9GN, England
All reviews woodland birds coffee machine blue tits reed beds bird watching water voles constant stream small reserve changing seasons great spotted woodpecker small admission fee lovely autumn harvest mice well worth a visit board walk barn owl pushchair friendly
It was a lovely day so thought we would go for a walk in the country. Having checked the surrounding area this looked ideal. We arrived to a nice car park and the only way in was through the shop and little cafe area. We...More
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Sculthorpe M, Public Relations Manager at Sculthorpe Moor Nature Reserve, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago
Dear Pompey06. Many thanks for your review, and sorry that you were disappointed by your visit to our wonderful reserve. I'm also sorry that you felt that the voluntary donation was too much. We are a non-profit charity and, sadly, it does cost a lot...More
We visited early on a Sunday morning just beautiful.. hardly anyone there and lots of birds, butterflies and dragon flies and the odd cheeky rat!
It’s a wonderful tranquil place at anytime of year, we normally come in the winter so this was a treat...More
As the whole reserve is connected by board walks it is accessible to all. We love to walk here looking at butterflies and visiting the hides. There are often volunteers in the hides to point out what is out there,
Having visited mostly in winter in the past we weren't really expecting many birds and we were right!! That said, it was a lovely place to spend time on the hottest day of the year. And it is so accessible for the less able -...More
It was a super hot day, but walking through the woods on the boardwalk was perfect. The boys (3 yrs and 5 yrs) loved looking for the numbered boxes with super senses facts about different birds of prey. There was so much to look out...More
We recently had a bench installed in memory of our brother and it was the first chance I had to go see it. The staff were lovely and friendly.
Definitely a place to visit for bird and small animal sightings or just to enjoy British...More
Visiting Norfolk for the weekend to enjoy the wonderful nature it holds. As it was a bit rainy we visited Sculthorpe Moor as the paths are broadwalked and there are several hides to duck in to if the rain came down. Lovely wooded areas and...More
We visited on the second wet day of hot dry July, which probably wasn't the best day to see birds and wildlife. We also had an inquisitive three year old with us but we were able to engage him along the way.
We saw very...More