Explore your local common and tell us about the wildlife you find

As part of Wildlife in Common we are inviting people to visit a local common and submit records of wildlife found on commons. From September 2018 to April 2020 we are asking people to document 20 of the many species which have declined elsewhere but still find a habitat and home on our common land.

During the project we will be surveying 60 commons, some of which are marked on the map below. If you would like to submit a record for one of these commons please use the map below.  If your common is not on the map it does not mean we are not interested in your wildlife record, all you need to do is to submit your wildlife record by emailing wild@norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk telling us what you saw, when and where you saw it.

Thank you for sharing your wildlife records.

Put your commons wildlife on the map!

Fill in the survey form

Counts for all commons

1
Adder
0
Barbastelle bat
0
Barn Owl
2
Bullfinch
0
Common Frog
0
Common Lizard
0
Common Toad
0
Cowslip
0
Grass Snake
0
Grayling Butterfly
0
Great Crested Newt
0
Green Tiger Beetle
0
Green-winged Orchid
1
Hedgehog
1
Slow Worm
0
Smooth newt
4
Song Thrush
0
Turtle Dove
0
Water Vole
0
Yellowhammer