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Norfolk’s going nuts for nature: UK’s biggest nature challenge kicks off! 

Norfolk’s going nuts for nature: UK’s biggest nature challenge kicks off! 

News - Thursday 26 May, 2022

The UK’s biggest nature challenge, 30 Days Wild, kicks off on 1st June.    Last year, more than 760,000 took part in the challenge, which encourages people to do something wild every day throughout June. 30 Days Wild is supported by players of People’s Postcode Lottery.  Popular activities include wildlife…
NWT helps Norfolk's coastal communities care for their environment

NWT helps Norfolk's coastal communities care for their environment

News - Thursday 19 May, 2022

Free environmental workshops and project grants available for local communities to enable action.  Norfolk Wildlife Trust is supporting The Resilient Coast Project, run by the Norfolk Coast Partnership (NCP) by delivering a series of…
Norfolk Wildlife Trust and National Highways announce biodiversity boost 

Norfolk Wildlife Trust and National Highways announce biodiversity boost 

News - Monday 16 May, 2022

Norfolk Wildlife Trust and National Highways have joined forces to launch a new Network for…

Consider the Cuckoo

Consider the Cuckoo

Article - by Robert Morgan

Their odd behaviour and distinctive call have embedded the cuckoo into our culture and…

Dawn Chorus - Music to our Ears

Dawn Chorus - Music to our Ears

Article - by Robert Morgan

This Sunday (1 May) is National Dawn Chorus Day, so why not rise early and enjoy a free…
Working together to protect our beach nesting birds this summer

Working together to protect our beach nesting birds this summer

Wednesday 06 April, 2022

Spring is in the air and Norfolk Wildlife Trust is joining with nature conservationists from across Norfolk, including the National Trust, RSPB, Natural England, Wild Ken Hill, Holkham Estate and the Norfolk Coast Partnership, to ask for your help. This summer we are asking beach visitors to help protect some of the county's most…


United Nations World Bee Day

United Nations World Bee Day

by Robert Morgan

It is not just our moral duty to ensure bees remain healthy and numerous, but as key pollinators, absolutely essential for our wellbeing and the planet’s properly functioning eco-system, says Norfolk Wildlife Trust Reserves Officer Robert Morgan. There can be few creatures more recognisable and distinctive as a bee, they provide us…


Norfolk's Seals: Past, Present and Future

Norfolk's Seals: Past, Present and Future

Thursday 19 May, 2022 - by Katy Ellis

Last year, I had the immense privilege of walking East Anglia's coastline, 300 miles from the marshes and mudflats of Essex round to the endless sandy beaches of North Norfolk. By far my favourite wildlife encounters on this walk were those with seals. When walking along countless estuaries, I was regarded suspiciously by these furry…

Bishop’s Garden Wild project – how did it go?

Bishop’s Garden Wild project – how did it go?

Thursday 05 May, 2022 - by Susannah Armstrong

September 2020 saw Norfolk Wildlife Trust team up with the Bishop’s House Garden in Norwich to conduct a year-long wildlife survey, with the aim of finding out which species of wildlife could be found in this four acre, 900-year-old…
Put your garden to the test!

Put your garden to the test!

Thursday 21 April, 2022 - by The Wildlife Trusts

The Wildlife Trusts' two-minute survey can score your garden and offer ideas to make it even better for wildlife, but why is this so important? Compared to a vast forest or a flower-filled meadow, a garden might not seem all that wild…
NWT Young People's Photography Competition - See the winners!

NWT Young People's Photography Competition - See the winners!

Thursday 07 April, 2022 - by Rachael Murray

Norfolk Wildlife Trust is delighted to announce the winners of its very first Young People's Photography Competition! This month-long contest was open to 13-24 year-olds during February this year, and invited entrants…