A hungry robin landed on the hand of Kelly Rix at Titchwell bird reserve, Norfolk.

Penny the sow is reportedly doing well after giving birth to some adorable piglets.

The first Bewick’s swan of the season has left East Anglia for the Arctic, signalling that spring is near in the UK.

An annual search has begun to find and celebrate the Norfolk wildlife heroes who volunteer their time to enhance their local environment and communities.

This video of a captivating starling murmuration was caught on camera by a Norfolk local.

WARNING CONTAINS UPSETTING IMAGE. The RSPCA has confirmed it has not received any information surrounding the discovery of two deceased newborn pug puppies in a hedgerow near Norwich.

One of Norfolk’s leading nature parks is marking a landmark anniversary by launching a new programme of events.

WARNING CONTAINS UPSETTING IMAGE. The RSPCA has launched an investigation after two newborn pug puppies were found dead in a hedgerow near Norwich.

The votes are in and after weeks of waiting, a zoo’s endangered leopard cubs finally have their names.

A colony of leaf-cutter ants have received what is believed to be the world’s smallest Valentine’s Day card.

Since asking the readers of this paper to help name two adorable endangered leopard cubs, a Norfolk zoo has received thousands of entries from across the world.

Two black-tailed godwits from Norfolk that were among the first ever British wading birds to be released into the wild under a new conservation technique have been spotted alive and well – 1,200 miles away in Portugal.

Despite the recent cold snap across Norfolk, it seems that spring is on its way as the first snowdrops of the year have bloomed across the region.

Gallery: Lucky shot for north Norfolk holidaymaker

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Take a look at these fantastic pictures of a kingfisher enjoying the snow at Blakeney Point.

Parents are being invited to take their children along to a series of pet care workshops this half term.

Stunning images by wildlife photographers from all over the world are on show at the Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Cley Marshes visitor centre, in an exhibition featuring some of the winning entries from last year’s Bird Photographer of the Year competition.

Widely acknowledged as the fastest bird on earth, peregrine falcons usually make their homes atop city skyscrapers or high on cliff faces. However one of their kind, very rarely seen in Norfolk, is now calling Ridlington home – having been severely injured in the wild.

Dozens of freshwater turtles will soon be leaving the Great Yarmouth seafront and migrating to sunny Portugal!

Seemingly suspended above Cromer Pier this evening, a rare blue supermoon bathed stargazers in a soft glow, which reflected on the waves.

A team of bird watching enthusiasts from Norfolk are set to take part in an international bird race in Israel later this year.

Over the last 20 years the number of cuckoos in the UK has halved.

A man has been photographed posing for pictures while petting a seal pup.

Binoculars were at the ready as thousands of people across the region took part in an important national birdwatching event.

What do the rarest mammal in the world and a group of Norwich students have in common?

A laundry has donated 1,000 towels to help poorly seals, hedgehogs and other creatures in a Norfolk wildlife hospital.

The North Norfolk District Council has assured visitors to Walcott beach after they raised concerns over a large amount of black liquid spotted streaming onto the sand.

It is a magnet for dog walkers, wildlife lovers and even fans of American cuisine.

A spectacular natural display has been caught on camera.

The Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership, which worked to reconnect people with the Brecks, has created a leaflet of walking trails for people to explore the beauty and diversity of the area.

An event held to showcase Norfolk’s diverse range of winter wildlife proved a huge hit with families who formed a long queue outside Norwich Castle waiting to get in.

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