Our places provide homes for lots of different types of wildlife. We're working to ensure that these special places and their residents stay protected
The grey seal colony at Blakeney National Nature Reserve is expanding at such a rate, rangers are having to change the way we count the new-born pups.
Learn more about grey seals and why they call Blakeney Point home.
Blakeney Point, home to England's largest grey seal colony, is celebrating another successful, record-breaking seal pupping season.
Find out the best places in Llŷn to spot your favourite coastal creatures; from seal spotting delights, the famous red-legged choughs, dolphin encounters and Porthdinllaen’s seagrass bed.
Check out our ideas for making the most of being able to spot wildlife at Charlecote Park throughout the year.
Atlantic grey seals begin breeding in September, with the pupping season continuing right through until November. We look after several places which are great for spotting these white-furred pups in autumn.
Blakeney Point is home to England's largest grey seal colony with over 3,000 pups born each winter. Here is some handy advice if you would like to visit the seals this winter.
Seal watching is a favourite pastime in Norfolk and you can visit the seals on Blakeney Point by hopping on a seal boat trip from Morston Quay.
Find out how we're helping to look after natural habitats and native species