Migrating birds have been stopping off at a west Norfolk nature reserve to ‘speed feed’, ahead of their journeys to southern Europe and Africa.
They are among the country’s rarest birds – but two pairs of cranes at the Lakenheath Fen nature reserve are doing their best to change all that.
Volunteer builders, sponsors and supporters of a new boardwalk and bird watching hide, which offer panoramic views of the Wensum Valley, were thanked at its official opening.
A fed-up cafe owner has revealed she has been subjected to a barrage of abuse by visitors to the coast who are ignoring warnings against climbing the area’s crumbling cliffs. Now she plans to publicly shame them.
Three rescued seals have been released back into the wild, easing the pressure on the hard-pressed animal care team at Hunstanton Sea Life sanctuary.
The director of a Norfolk estate which manages one of the county’s most picturesque harbours has hit out at boaters who dumped two lorry engines to make a mooring.
Seasonal canine illness (SCI) was first reported in the autumn of 2009, when dogs walked in woodland at the Royal Estate at Sandringham and Thetford Forest began showing symptoms.
A Taverham family could be living the high life after their treetop creation put them in the finals of a hunt for the country’s best treehouse.
A record number of 52 grey and common seal pups have been rescued so far this year at Hunstanton Sea Life sanctuary – nine more than last year’s record with four months of the year still to go.
A new community orchard has been officially opened and named to commemorate the Queen’s 90th birthday.
A painstaking dedication to catching and studying moths has paid off for a Norfolk lepidopterist who has recorded the UK’s first sighting of a Mediterranean species.
Fossil experts have not ruled out another mammoth discovery being made on the north Norfolk coast at West Runton.
All beak, claws and feathers these fluffy chicks will soon grow into magnificent birds of prey.
A collaborative community effort which has devoted countless volunteer hours to the conservation of a unique and historic river valley has been honoured with a biodiversity award.
The drastic decline of the turtle dove may have hit the headlines in recent weeks – but these photos show there are isolated pockets of Norfolk where this once-common bird still thrives.
West Norfolk Councillors this afternoon approved a controversial planning application which will see four chicken sheds built on the edge of Sedgeford.
A song has been written to farewell Harleston’s famous swifts as they depart on their long flight to Africa.
A bus shelter, play barn and tourist information centre are among the nominations for a prestigious conservation and design award.
In a tangle of twigs high up in an alder tree, a female sparrowhawk tends her brood.
Firefighters were called out to rescue a bird that had got stuck outside the B&Q store in King’s Lynn.
Thousands of visitors are expected at a free event specialising in green living at a north Norfolk stately home
A futuristic solar-powered, self-compacting litter bin has landed in Great Yarmouth’s Market Place as the borough council trials the new technology.
More than 400 runners took part in a traditional race to get a Norfolk village’s annual festivities under
Travellers will not be allowed to disrupt a family fun day in north Norfolk this weekend, according to organisers.
Extra maintenance workers are out across the Great Yarmouth borough tackling the grass and weeds - which have grown faster than usual due to the uncommon weather conditions.
It has been described as a cross between a Roman amphitheatre and a fairy dell.
Dog walkers have been warned to clean up their pets’ mess and follow the rules at parks around Attleborough.
It’s a wild night out - but not as you might expect.
A gang of green-fingered youngsters has knuckled down to transform their school’s forlorn garden into a thriving wildlife and plant haven.
More than 170 different species were recorded during a wildlife survey at a north Norfolk church yard.
Thirty years after the death of legendary Norfolk naturalist Ted Ellis, EDP nature writer REX HANCY looks back at the legacy of ‘E.A.E’ and wonders what he would have made of today’s world...
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