North Norfolk Local Group

NWT Cley Marshes, photo by Barry Madden
North Norfolk enjoys a wealth of wildlife habitats: a subtly varied coastline; heathlands, woods and diverse wet places. The region is renowned for its resident and migrant birds but the plant life is distinctive too, deriving from the recent geological history of glaciation. There is much mutual support between the various bodies concerned for wildlife conservation and this often involves farming interests. Many people have chosen to live in North Norfolk to further their interests in wildlife. One result is a high level of local expertise which is freely shared around and the local NWT group seeks to foster this with a programme of talks, excursions and events. Visitors are always made welcome. Please visit the North Norfolk Local Group page to read more.

NWT Cley Marshes, photo by Barry Madden
Norfolk’s orchids and their pollinators, Cley Village Hall,
Thu 14 Dec 2017
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Norfolk moths and mothing: a butterfly conservation perspective, Cley Village Hall
Thu 18 Jan 2018
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Desperately seeking Sylvia, Cley Village Hall
Thu 15 Feb 2018
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Ancient woodland in Norfolk, Cley Village Hall
Thu 22 Mar 2018
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