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This is a polite reminder to all our members that our subscription rates have increased from 1st January. If you pay by standing order and have not yet done so, please amend your standing order to the new rate. More details can be found here. We are small charity reliant on the generosity of our supporters through membership subscriptions and donations. Why not become a member. For a minimum of £25 you can get all the benefits of being a member of the NOA. Just click the button on the right below. Or, if you would like to support us with a donation, it is very easy to do through our portal at VirginMoneyGiving. Just click the button on the right to go to our dedicated page. Thank you.

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE – THURSDAY 5th NOVEMBER 2020

COVID-19 Restrictions on NOA Reserves Further to the announcement of a second lockdown in order to help stop the spread of the Coronavirus, the NOA must once again close all hides on its nature reserves from 5th November. While we would discourage anyone from travelling too far during this crucial time, our reserves themselves will remain open for local visitors and usual charges will apply for non-members. Please follow government advice, and respect social distancing at all times. We will restore access to our facilities as and when government restrictions permit. We are very grateful for your understanding and support.

Membership


You can join the Norfolk Ornithologists' Association today to enjoy access to our reserves and support Holme Bird Observatory and our research!

Benefits of membership include dawn to dusk access to all reserves and Holme beach, access to members hides at Redwell Marsh, Hempton Marsh, Walsey Hills, the Holme car park, and the Observatory seawatching hide. You will also receive four newsletters a year and our high quality annual report.

You can join online by clicking this link, or by visiting us at Holme Bird Observatory, and seeing for yourself bird ringing, the butterflies, moths and caterpillars, get up to date bird news from around Norfolk and be involved in our wildlife monitoring; or you can join remotely by printing off and completing this form.

We have set minimum amounts (listed below) for each category of membership and invite members to decide how much they would like to contribute to the NOA to support our work.

We have 5 membership categories:

  Minimum annual rate
  • Individual £25
  • Couple £30
  • Family £35
  One-off fee
  • Individual life membership £400
  • Joint life membership £500

You can also purchase a members hide key for an additional one-off payment of £5.00