This is another bumper year for seal pups at Blakeney Point. Dave Byford’s excellent video provides a close-up of some of the seals and provides a view of the beautiful environment in which they live.
It is great news that the Norfolk Wildlife Trust appeal to raise over £2m to purchase more marsh between Salthouse and Cley has been successful. Pope’s Marsh has now been purchased and work will start soon on the new Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre to be built on the same site as the present NWT visitor building.
A very evocative video illustrating the wildlife that can be found along the North Norfolk Coast during the winter months. Directed and produced by Peter Naylor with a commentary written and read by Martin Wase and music by Kye Rodriguez & Peter Fellows. This is a Fall Time Production & Kestrel Films Short.
There is a very special little nature reserve that not many visitors find when staying in North Norfolk. Lower Southrepps Commons Nature Reserve has been created and is maintained by volunteers. It is a wonderful habitat for a wide range of plants, birds, animals and insects. If you are interested in the natural world you will love it.
Scolt Head Island is a National Nature Reserve forming a part of the North Norfolk Heritage Coast.