Weeting Heath Cameras

LIVE Wildlife Camera at Weeting Heath

This live camera is currently showing views from NWT Weeting Heath.

The eggs from the stone curlew nest at Weeting Heath were sadly predated by a fox. We had already realised that eggs were addled, meaning that one of the parent birds was infertile. Our warden had noted that the hatching date had passed and so, under a special licence, weighed the eggs and confirmed their still-liquid state. The same pair have now layed again and are sitting on two more eggs.

We have uploaded some clips from 2018, all footage copyright Norfolk Wildlife Trust.

13/07/2018 06:43AM The parents changeover
13/07/2018 09:56AM The first chick hatches
13/07/2018 14:23PM The chick takes its first steps
13/07/2018 16:29PM There are now two chicks
13/07/2018 16:33PM The chicks leave the nest

Please note that these birds are protected under Schedule 1 of the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 and we are licensed to film the nest.