Picture gallery: Families go wild about Norfolk

Families enjoyed a walk on the wild side this weekend when they visited a special wildlife event near Norwich.

Wild about Norfolk, one of the biggest wildlife and environment fairs in the county, was held at Easton College, just west of the city, yesterday (Saturday).

Throughout the day people could find out about everything from where swifts go in winter to how bats see in the dark.

There were about 40 nature conservation organisations there for families to find out more about as well as a wildlife artist and storytelling.

People could go on nature walks and quiz local experts about all thing nature related.


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There was also the chance to make apple feeders and fat balls for garden birds to celebrate the RSPB's Feed the Birds Day, and people could turn detective and take part in the BBC Live 'n' Deadly: DSI Deadly Scene Investigation to find out find out who has eaten who.

Wild About Norfolk, held annually, is organised by a team of volunteers from the RSPB Norwich Local Group with support of a couple of staff from The RSPB Eastern Region Office and Norfolk Wildlife Trust.

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To see more photos from the event, look at our picture gallery on www.eveningnews24.co.uk.

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