My Living Landscape

Welcome to your online guide to discovering, exploring and taking action in the Bure Valley and Gaywood Valley Living Landscapes.

  • Do you like the great outdoors?
  • Are you interested in learning more about Norfolk’s wildlife?
  • Would you like to actively help conserve Norfolk’s wildlife?
  • Do you own or manage land (even a garden) and would like to know how you can be part of creating a Living Landscape for people and wildlife?
  • Do you run or are you interested in running a wildlife community group?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, then look no further. The following webpages have been created to help you:

  • Discover wildlife information for each Living Landscape area.
  • Explore opportunities to get outside and enjoy local wild places.
  • Take Action to help wildlife and habitats in the Living Landscape.

These web pages will signpost you to new places to explore, to new ways of learning about the Living Landscape and its wildlife and to actions that you can take to help protect and enhance this varied, rich and endlessly fascinating Living Landscape.

- David North, Head of People and Wildlife

Latest News

2017-12-08 Be ‘eagle’ eyed this winter Be ‘eagle’ eyed this winter
Friday 08 December, 2017
Winter is often a very good time of year to spot birds of prey. As the trees have lost their leaves the silhouettes o...
2017-12-05 Cley Calling celebrates Norfol Cley Calling celebrates Norfolk’s starry skies this weekend
Tuesday 05 December, 2017
Do you know your mallard from your gadwall? Do you fancy a spot of frosty storytelling with a glass of mulled wine? Y...
2017-10-02 New report links volunteering New report links volunteering in nature with better mental health
Monday 02 October, 2017
A new report which examines the effects of volunteering in nature on people’s mental health is published by The...
2017-09-20 Cley Calling – Autumn Colours Cley Calling – Autumn Colours
Wednesday 20 September, 2017
This autumn, you can explore North Norfolk’s colourful coastal landscape and culture as part of NWT’s ...
2017-09-19 Celebrating two decades of rub Celebrating two decades of rubbish help for biodiversity
Tuesday 19 September, 2017
It feels counterintuitive - the waste we produce helping to restore habitats and conserve some of Norfolk’s mos...
2017-09-11 Breeding redshank return to Ro Breeding redshank return to Roydon Common after 40 years
Monday 11 September, 2017
A new noise has joined the cacophony of bubbling curlew, drumming snipe and the ‘tooo-wips’ of lapwing th...
2017-06-27 Norfolk's magical meadows Norfolk's magical meadows
Tuesday 27 June, 2017
Norfolk Wildlife Trust is leading a free meadow tour of Mulbarton Common this Saturday 1 July 2017 as part of The ...
2017-06-07 From Dartmoor to Breckland From Dartmoor to Breckland
Wednesday 07 June, 2017
New ponies settle in to manage Cranwich Camp, Norfolk.  Sixteen Dartmoor Ponies are settling in to their new...
2017-05-03 Cley Calling - Spring Song Cley Calling - Spring Song
Wednesday 03 May, 2017
Musicians and artists celebrate spring at the North Norfolk Coast From Thursday 4 May to Sunday 7 May, Norfolk Wi...

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