Wildlife

For 88 years Norfolk Wildlife Trust has been working to protect Norfolk’s wildlife for the future. Norfolk is home to stunning wildlife, which includes many nationally rare and endangered species.

Bird Photographer of the Year at NWT Cley Marshes

11 May, 2017
From Monday 15 May Norfolk Wildlife Trust will be hosting the Bird Photographer of the Year...

£1 million target reached to secure future of international wetland Hickling Broad

18 Apr, 2017
Norfolk Wildlife Trust has announced today that the £1 million target had been reached...

'Microsculpture'

15 Mar, 2017
'Microsculpture' is a unique exhibition resulting from a ground breaking insects project...

Celebrating 'The Year of Norfolk’s Nature' - photography competition

07 Mar, 2017
Norfolk Wildlife Trust today [Wednesday 8 March 2017] announced the winner of its photographic...

Do some 'fun raising' and "Help Hickling" Broad

16 Feb, 2017
Norfolk Wildlife Trust has an ambitious target of raising £1 million by 31 March 2017 to...

Photographing wildife in the UK

15 Feb, 2017
Want to know why Iolo Williams, wildlife expert and BBC Springwatch presenter has dubbed the new...

World Wetlands Day celebrates major public commitment to securing Norfolk’s finest wetland

02 Feb, 2017
Norfolk Wildlife Trust has announced today on World Wetlands Day that over £500,000 has...

Sea Flooding at NWT Cley Marshes Nature Reserve

14 Jan, 2017
Update: 18 January 2017 Following the flooding at the weekend, reserve staff are now carrying...

A strong step towards securing Hickling Broad

06 Dec, 2016
Norfolk Wildlife Trust has announced that over £128,000 has been donated so far as a result...

It's time to chat about the bat

21 Nov, 2016
Join bat expert John Goldsmith for an evening this Thursday [24 November] discovering the secret...
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