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About NOA

Charity number: 267670

The Norfolk Ornithologists' Association (NOA, registered charity no. 267670) 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. Members' observations and sightings play an important role in ensuring that bird numbers are monitored accurately. Our work is funded by membership subscriptions, donations and permit sales. Founded in 1970, the Association is based at Norfolk's only accredited Bird Observatory in Holme on the North Norfolk Coast, and also runs six other reserves. The NOA aims to take a friendly and personal approach in sharing its knowledge and enthusiasm with people of all ages, and although based in Norfolk it draws its membership from throughout the UK and abroad. Benefits of membership include dawn to dusk access to reserves, 4 newsletters and annual report each year, use of six members' hides on NOA's reserves, involvement in projects, studies, group activities and social events. Volunteers are welcome and an integral part of the Association's work.