The Norfolk Wildlife Trust has published plans to reopen its nature reserves when the current lockdown is lifted.
Sailing Craft on the River Thurne The year 2020 was when Mother Nature gave humanity a resounding kick up the backside. The coronavirus has reminded us that even though we are the head of the food chain on the planet, she will always have the upper hand. Fortunately, the UK government’s lockdown rules to control the virus’s spread did allow us to leave our North Norfolk homes to take exercise. That got me thinking about how I could do something…
The Visitor Centre at NWT Cley The Norfolk Wildlife Trust has announced that it intends to introduce charges for car parking at the Cley and Salthouse Marshes reserves. The funds raised will go towards management costs and to “balance the conservation needs of the nature reserve with use of the site by visitors.” The Trust has made an application to the NNDC for permission to install pay and display machines and the necessary signage at the car parks of the…
Martin Hayward Smith has over 30 years experience in professionally photographing and filming wildlife in many parts of the world. He now brings that experience and knowledge to North Norfolk by providing safaris in his Land Rover to the wildlife habitats of the area. Guests will see a diverse range of birds and animal species on a full or half-day safari.
Ross’ wildlife boat trips from Horsey are a very enjoyable and informative way to spend an hour. You will see some rare species, including in high summer, the beautiful swallowtail butterfly.
This is a pleasant walk from Morston to Weybourne on the coastal path. The going is easy but walking on the shingle section can be tiring. If the tide is out, go down the beach and walk on the hard sand.
With its wide open spaces and numerous footpaths, Norfolk is a great county for dog owners where you and your pet can get plenty of fresh Norfolk air and some healthy exercise.
The Cley Marshes Nature Reserve has been nominated for an award as Nature Reserve of the Year. This is great news for the Norfolk Wildlife Trust that looks after the area between Salthouse and Cley.
Get out and walk in North Norfolk. Christmas provides a welcome break when you can get down to the coast and blow the cobwebs away.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Nick Acheson presents a new video about the North Norfolk Salthouse to Cley reserve. There is a quick glimpse of the new Simon Aspinall Centre presently under construction. The video certainly makes you want to visit now that spring is coming in fast.