Meadow flowers such as orchids are making an appearance
© Jon Powell
Konik ponies can be seen with their young at Wicken Fen
© Howard Cooper
Swifts and swallows are busy chasing insects at this time of year
Keep your eyes peeled for butterflies and dragonflies fluttering by
© ©NTPL/Ross Hoddinott
Watch where you step on the Norfolk coast
© Martin Perrow
You can get closer to nature at a number of our places.
The population of Dartford warblers crashed to a few pairs in the 1960s, since then it has gradually recovered and is doing well at Dunwich Heath.
Orford Ness is an important location for breeding and migrating birds, here are some of the latest new arrivals - avocet chicks.
The Wicken Fen Vision is an ambitious project to create a landscape scale nature reserve stretching from Wicken Fen to the edge of Cambridge, creating new habitats for both wildlife and humans.
What is the Wicken Vision?
With the RSPB we have embarked on a major project, funded by the European Union and other partners, to secure a sustainable future for wildlife in the Alde-Ore Estuary, which includes Orford Ness.
Alde-Ore Estuary wildlife project
The landscape of the Norfolk coast is in a constant state of flux, adapting to the forces of nature shaping this ever changing coastline. Follow the work of the ranger team as they care for the wildlife that call this area home.
Norfolk Coast blog
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