Norfolk Wildlife Trust West Norfolk Local Group
We are privileged to live in a unique area of the British Isles. It is an environment rich in habitats and species but, in common with many other places, there are threats to that environment that must be resisted. Our objective is to raise awareness of the wildlife and natural beauty of west Norfolk, to conserve it wherever appropriate and to share it with you whether you live in Norfolk or are just visiting.
From your base in west Norfolk you may visit The Wash as the high tide covers the mud flats to watch the synchronised flights of countless waders. Many thousands of knots, oystercatchers and dunlin are pushed toward the edge of the mud as the water rises until they flow into the sky and perform their acrobatics, before pouring down onto another spot where they feel more secure. It is truly a spectacular sight not be missed. This is just one of the spectacles of Norfolk.
Throughout the year we arrange guided walks around the coast and countryside and in the winter we invite knowledgeable speakers to give illustrated talks at the Methodist Hall, Hunstanton on a variety of wildlife topics. These walks and talks are open to all members of NWT and to non-members for a small fee.
We are always pleased to welcome new members and visitors to the area at our walks and talks, so why not come and join us.
Where to go
Wesley Methodist Church
- PE36 6AL
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