Find People Who Share Your Interests About Birds of Prey & Their Habitats

With the Hawk and Owl Trust Discussion Forum you can find and connect with other people with similar interests in our three Nature Reserves, Urban Peregrine Projects, Conservation of British Birds of Prey and their Environment.

This forum site caters for all Hawk and Owl Trust interests including our two Urban Peregrine Projects in Norwich and Bath, our Reserves in Sculthorpe, Shapwick and Fylingdales as well as our local regional groups. Simply register to join the HOT Talk site and then join one or more Groups. After that you can contribute to individual discussion threads (called forums) or start a new one of your own.

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NEW for 2014

norwich_webcam_lnkbath_webcam_lnkWe’ve added the ‘Live Feed‘ pages (previously only available on our Urban Peregrine Projects web site) for the 2014 season. All 3 feeds (covering different computing devices – from desktops to smartphones) will be available on the same page. Simply choose the correct feed for your circumstances and enjoy the show. Click the Norwich Webcam image (above left) or the ‘Live Feeds’ navigation menu (above) to join this year’s audience.
Update as of 130514 | Our Bath Peregrine Project Web Cam is now live to the public. Working in conjunction with our iCode Partners we are pleased to stream the Bath Live Feed for the remainder of the 2014 ‘season’. The feed is limited to one camera only – without audio – and provides coverage only for desktops and android tablets and smartphones. It is hoped that we can extend this to Apple handhelds next year – dependant on technical infrastructure and funds.

icatcher_smlThis video is streamed live by iCatcher software, thanks to generous support from iCode Systems

We Need Your Help

support_lnkOur Live Peregrine Web Cam Feed has proved more popular than ever with a large on-line audience watching the fortunes of our Norwich Cathedral Peregrines and their chicks. We stream it into schools to help children to learn the wonders of nature and to 100,000’s of people across the planet!

However, bandwidth is expensive and we need all the financial assistance we can to help offset expenses which are a drain on our funds.

Can you help? If you have enjoyed watching the Norwich peregrines, any donation – no matter how small – will help us to continue to bring this urban peregrine adventure to yours and many thousands of other screens. This in turns raises the profile of the magnificent bird helping to secure a safe future for it and other birds of prey.

Click the link above today. Thank you.