October 22 2014 Latest news:
The wildlife residing around Diss Mere has long been an attraction for families with children who visit to feed the ducks and birds and relax in the tranquil setting.
Norfolk communities which were battered by floods almost a year ago are set to share £250,000 to help repair the damage caused by the tidal surge.
A retired gamekeeper who had a “poisoner’s kit” in an outbuilding has been found guilty of killing 11 birds of prey on a game shooting estate in Norfolk.
Fears have been raised that farmers and wildlife could both lose out as a result of the new CAP (Common Agricultural Policy) regime that comes into force next year.
Urgent repair work has started at the RSPB’s flagship Titchwell Marsh nature reserve in West Norfolk to protect it against future floods.
A construction materials firm is showing how industry can help wildlife with a pioneering project at its Norfolk quarry.
It is surely a wonder of nature that Britain’s rarest seabird faithfully returns to the Norfolk coast each spring after a hazardous 3,000-mile migration route from West Africa, crossing the stormy waters of the Bay of Biscay en route.
The future of an iconic Norfolk pub is up in the air after it was put up for sale by the owner.
Bird fanatics have voiced their pleas in a hope to find Mongatu Harrier, Missing Mo.
Police officers are appealing for information after a rare female Montagu’s harrier vanished in Norfolk under unexplained circumstances.
They are like the fields your grandparents would remember.
A bird that made its home in a Great Yarmouth supermarket was given a last-minute reprieve after the store had threatened to shoot it.
Farmers are being urged by the RSPB to support a campaign to save the turtle dove - before it is too late.
Tall ships, small ships, life-saving boats and historic vessels. Add a mixture of all things nautical including shanty singers and the scene is set for the 15th Great Yarmouth Maritime festival.
Experts at Norfolk and Suffolk nature Meccas will be scrutinising changing environments to protect seabirds currently facing a three-pronged threat.
A new device which could save thousands of seabirds from starving to death due to sharp fishing hooks has been launched in Norfolk.
The Broads are Norfolk’s crown jewels — a haven for wildlife, nature lovers, water-loving boating enthusiasts, families and holidaymakers. So what better way to make use of the wetland wonder on our doorstep, than by going to one of the 50 events listed below?
Norfolk’s coastal footpath is complete today, after villagers won their fight to have a disputed section of beach declared a public right of way.
Acclaimed nature photographers David Tipling and Steve Plume pass on their tips for perfect pictures.
Suffolk’s largest colony of little terns has celebrated the arrival of the next generation of rare birds.
A peaceful Norfolk beach is officially home to the largest UK colony of a rare seabird.
The Wonder of Birds: Eric Hosking’s stunning photographs helped open our eyes to the marvels of owls and other birds - but he paid an extraordinary price for his life’s passion, as TREVOR HEATON reports.
The RSPB are calling for people to spend a night out amongst nature to raise money and awareness and help save wildlife.
New regulations that give farmers flexibility over how they implement EU rules have been announced by Environment Secretary Owen Paterson.
Villagers have walked a disputed coast path for generations, a public inquiry heard today.
About 800 people have found about a £900,000 project to protect and promote the appreciation of Suffolk’s coastline.
They are a familiar sight on our coast, probing for food along the shoreline.
British farmers produce more than half of all the food we eat, so Open Farm Sunday is the perfect time to celebrate all that they do to feed the nation. SIMON PARKIN highlights where the barn doors are being thrown open.
When I watch Springwatch, much like when watching my favourite Hollywood blockbuster, I find it so easy to become totally absorbed in the incredible world the director and stars invite me into.
A protected bird known for its elusive nature has excited nature lovers after its first chicks of the spring hatched in the Brecks.