Norfolk Wildlife Trust is the oldest Wildlife Trust in the country. The purchase of 400 acres of marsh at Cley on the north Norfolk coast in 1926 to be held ‘in perpetuity as a bird breeding sanctuary’ provided a blueprint for nature conservation which has now been replicated across the UK.
Norfolk’s oldest natural history organisation - dedicated to conserving the county's wildlife for the past 147 years.
Local Record Centre holding information on species, geodiversity, habitats and protected sites for the whole of the county of Norfolk
The Norfolk Trails network brings together over 1,200 miles of walks, cycle and bridle routes throughout our beautiful county. Discover a diverse landscape of unique market towns, rich wildlife and fascinating heritage.
For sharing knowledge with visitors and residents alike, revealing the hidden gems that only a real ‘local’ might know about.
The government’s adviser on the natural environment, providing practical scientific advice on how to look after England's landscapes and wildlife.
Natural England is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs.
The Norfolk Coast Partnership was set up in 1991 to promote the sustainable use of the Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
A friendly and free community helping to identify wildlife and share nature.
iSpot is a website aimed at helping anyone identify anything in nature. People upload their observations of wildlife, help each other identify it, and share and discuss what they've seen.
The RSPB is a member of BirdLife International, a partnership of conservation organisations working to give nature a home around the world.
Looking out for birds? Share your interest in birds with others by being part of the BTO. Volunteer surveyors, members and staff work in partnership to provide unbiased information about birds and their habitats. Join or volunteer today and make birds count!
This fabulous resource is a photographic record with a personal commentary of some of the plants seen during the annual excursions into the countryside of an amateur field botanist. The countryside of the British Isles is the source of most photographs but European, Australian plants plus a few photographs of butterflies, fungi, birds and other creatures can be found here too.
The Norfolk branch of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE Norfolk) fights for a better future for the Norfolk countryside. We work locally and, with our head office nationally, to protect, shape and enhance a beautiful, thriving countryside for everyone to value and enjoy. We are an independent voice for the landscape, engaging with local and regional planning systems to ensure that our views are heard by decision makers. We campaign locally for positive solutions that will support the long-term future of Norfolk – one of England’s most rural areas.
As the UK's largest woodland conservation charity, The Woodland Trust is the leading voice for woods and trees. It campaigns to protect precious ancient woods, restore the ones that are damaged and fights for those under threat. It creates new native woodland around the UK with the help of communities, schools, organisations and individuals.
The North Norfolk District Council website. The site provides online access to council information and services.
The Norfolk County Council website. Providing online access to everything to do with Norfolk County.