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Wardens Christmas Eve Sponsored Birdwatch

Search for 100+ species from dawn to dusk

CHALLENGE
Wardens Christmas Eve Sponsored Birdwatch
NORFOLK ORNITHOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION
NORFOLK ORNITHOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION
£185.00 donated
+£37.50 Gift Aid = £222.50
12% of £1,500.00 goal

Sophie’s story

The regular crew and I will be out on Christmas Eve trying to raise money for NOA equipment and maintenance once again, so please sponsor me and the team if you can. If you can add Gift Aid, even better.


As ever we will be aspiring to a total of at least 100 species in our local area, and hopefully having some laughs along the way!


You can donate through this page , or pledge support for the NOA Sponsored Birdwatch by sending an email us at pledge@noa.org.uk


THANKYOU!!’


BREAKING NEWS


We saw 105 species on the day, beating our challenge yet again. Thanks to the team for their support .



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Chosen charity

NORFOLK ORNITHOLOGISTS ASSOCIATION

Norfolk Ornithologists Association

The Norfolk Ornithologists' Association (NOA) is an independent Norfolk-based charity dedicated to the scientific study of birds. It focuses primarily on bird migration and population dynamics through bird ringing and daily monitoring, and the information collected acts as an indicator of environmental health locally, nationally and internationally.

Founded in 1970, the Association is based at Holme Bird Observatory, Norfolk's only accredited Bird Observatory, on the North Norfolk Coast, and also runs six other reserves. Members’ observations and sightings play an important role in ensuring that bird numbers are monitored accurately. 

Our work is funded by membership subscriptions, grants, donations, permit sales and other fundraising. The NOA takes a friendly and personal approach to sharing its knowledge and enthusiasm with people of all ages. It draws its membership from Norfolk, from the UK and from abroad. The membership subscription begins at £20 for a single member; benefits of membership include dawn to dusk access to visitor reserves, four newsletters and an annual report each year, use of members’ hides on the NOA's principal reserves, and involvement in projects and studies. Volunteers are welcome and are an integral part of the Association’s work.

A membership application form can be found on our website, and we hope that you will join us. Day permits are also available for non-members visiting our reserves. Members and non-members are invited to donate via this page, to support our work. Even a very modest sum will help: with £5 we can buy 25 rings which will help us identify changes in our bird populations and movements, through our involvement in the British Trust for Ornithology’s ringing scheme. Larger sums will help with maintenance and habitat improvement on our reserves.


Christmas Eve Birdwatch


The NOA Christmas Eve Birdwatch 2021


A highlight of the NOA year is the Warden’s Christmas Eve Birdwatch, and this year is no exception.


Sophie and a chosen few will be up before dawn to scour our recording area for as many species as possible. Can she beat last year’s total of 101?



Please support Sophie in her marathon birdwatch by donating. If you can add Gift Aid even better. Thank you for your support.


This event raises funds to help maintain our reserves and support our core activities.

Norfolk Ornithologists Association is a registered charity in England and Wales. Charity number 267670​.

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