This category includes sites about the local area's geography, natural environment and wildlife. It also contains sites about local activities, events, institutions and organisations related to science and the environment.
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The Breckland Society
Encourages interest and research into the natural, built and social heritage of the East Anglian Brecks.
The Broads Society
Mission statement, events, Broads Authority meeting report, rules, links and contacts.
If Not Now When - Community Woodland, Suffield
The community woodland was created in April 2002 after the death of David Hood. It provides a good example of wetland meadow communities, with half of the site managed as a formal garden area, with fruit trees, labyrinth and seating area.
Norfolk Branch of Butterfly Conservation
Dedicated to the conservation of butterflies and moths. Information about membership, conservation work, events, sightings, news, and Catfield Fen reserve.
Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Describes the landscape, wildlife and heritage of the area, with information about conservation, and for visitors.
Norfolk Ornithologist's Association
The only Norfolk charity dedicated to the scientific study of birds, principally through ringing and census work.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Manages over forty nature reserves, stands against inappropriate development, and runs educational programmes. Includes news, opportunities to get involved, and contact details.
Offers the public, conservation professionals, businesses and schools access to information about the conservation of biodiversity in the county.
Pensthorpe Waterfowl Park
Located in 500 acres of beautiful countryside with meadows, woodland and lakes and offering everyone a chance to get closer to nature. Includes virtual tour and forthecoming events.
The University of East Anglia: Environmental Sciences
Offers a holistic approach to teaching and research, integrating physical, chemical, biological, social and geotechnical sciences into the study of natural and human environments.
The Wash and North Norfolk Coast European Marine Site
Helps protect the biodiversity that makes this area so special by placing new and stronger responsibilities on public authorities and agencies to work closely together to safeguard the nature conservation interest of this outstanding site, in balance with the needs of its many users.
Wensum Valley Birdwatching Society
Covers the area of the Wensum Valley between Norwich and Fakenham. Articles, blog, programme and links.
Wildlife & IT Solutions
Dave Horsley is a biologist and gives lectures on wildlife and environmental topics and provides guided walks. He includes a photograph gallery and offers help with IT problems.
Last update:October 6, 2016 at 6:45:04 UTC