Wildlife

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Norfolk Bat Survey

Join the Norfolk bat surveyt walk

Take part in the Norfolk Bat Survey and discover what species of bat are flying in your area. You can pick up the equipment from the visitor centre but please reserve first on the Norfolk Bat Survey website.

 

Latest Sightings

Purple Hairstreak can be seen on the top of oak trees from the gazebo.

Twenty species of butterfly have been recorded in July including white admiral and purple hairstreak. Dragonflies are also very active. Young birds are very much in evidence and crossbills can still be heard in the woodland.
 

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Our facebook page will provide details of latest wildlife sightings and nature news.
 

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