Discovering and learning about wildlife is fun to do at any age. We have a range of opportunities to help you connect with wildlife, from formal workshops to informal talks and walks with like-minded people.
The Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre
provides a fantastic facility for discovering more about the nature. We have designed adult learning workshops which focus on expanding knowledge of local wildlife and increasing connection to the natural world. We have a varied programme of workshops
including species identification and artistic sessions. All workshops contain elements of working both in the Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre and spending time outside exploring coastal habitats.
Our eight local groups run a full calendar of walks, talks and social events right across Norfolk. Follow the link below to find your nearest group. County Wildlife Action is a project with local communities encouraging more people to get involved in wildlife recording and surveying sites across Norfolk. Or why not consider volunteering with Norfolk Wildlife Trust? Put your knowledge and expertise to use for wildlife, or learn new skills with in-the-role training from our staff. More details on the link below.