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Situated within the Bure valley, just upstream of Acle, an area of quiet beauty Nike Air More Uptempo Red And White and wildness. It supports some of Broadland's rarest wildlife: from swallowtail butterflies and Norfolk Men's Nike Air More Uptempo '96 Basketball Shoes
At more than 300 acres, Foxley Wood (signposted from the A1067) is the largest remaining block of ancient woodland in Norfolk and thought to be more than 6,000 years old. The wide tracks or 'rides' support a great variety of woodland grasses and flowers including St John's wort and several species of orchid, plus woodland insects and butterflies. Sparrowhawks and tawny owls breed and you may see woodpecker. The 25 hectare site (off Yarmouth Road opposite Thunder Lane) consists of dykes that support a wealth of Broadland plants, in turn home to dragonflies Mens Nike Air Max Uptempo Zoom Basketball Shoes
and damselflies including Norfolk hawker. Look out for orange tip and red admiral butterflies, and plants like water soldier, cuckoo flower and yellow flag iris. Reserve open all times, free entry.
Norfolk Wildlife Trust Cley Marshes is without doubt one of Britain's best nature reserves for bird watching. The many hides provide spectacular views over pools and scrapes, which attract water birds in their thousands. During spring, the pools fill with wading birds such as spotted redshank on their way to Arctic breeding grounds. Sedge, reed and grasshopper warblers can be seen in the reed beds. The award winning visitor centre has a shop and caf that enjoys one of the best views in Norfolk. The centre itself has many hands on activities and you can take a guided boat trip. During summer, common terns nest on the artificial rafts and great crested grebes can be seen diving for fish. The mature oak woodland is home to many kinds of birds including robins, wrens, warblers and tawny owls. The visitor centre is open daily, 10am 5pm, free entry. There are gentle walks under wide skies for the casual visitor or chances for wildlife lovers to see rare species including swallowtail butterflies, bitterns and cranes. There are variety of themed boat trips and the opportunity to climb a 60ft tree tower and visit bird hides only accessible by boat. The visitor centre is open daily, 10am 5pm, 4.50, children free. Follow the signs to the nature reserve along Stubb Road. A hide overlooks the broad, where in spring and summer, kingfishers and great crested grebes can be seen. Along the path, wetland warblers can be seen and barn owls hunt. Reserve open at all times, entry free.
This small reserve provides a delightful circular walk around reedbeds, fens and pools. In spring and summer, marsh harriers, kingfishers, water rails, and reed and sedge warblers can be seen. Wetland wild flowers provide a riot of colour. Reserve open all times, free entry.
hawker dragonflies to water voles, otters and a host of wetland plants. You will find primeval looking alder carr woodlands, open water, fens, reed fringed dykes and grazing marshes. Red squirrels, corncrakes and cranes have all benefited from their assistance. There is an ever changing list of species, so make sure you take your binoculars. Lots of walks and activities (the Wayland guided tour is excellent), plus a caf and shops. Reedbeds, woodlands and orchid rich meadows and you could chance upon splendid marsh harriers, secretive bitterns or the bright flash of a kingfisher. In spring and summer the meadows bloom with flowers, and attract an array of dragonflies and butterflies. The reedbeds are alive with the 'pinging' song of bearded tits and the twittering of warblers. Swifts and swallows dart overhead and the lagoons are full of wildlife. There is a caf while the shop stocks everything necessary for your wildlife wanderings. This reserve also has a very busy programme of guided walks and other themed activities. Guided walks are on offer between October and March. It has Nike Air More Uptempo Black/White/Black
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been turned by careful land management from a carrot field to a large wetland, consisting mainly of reedbeds and grazing marshes. It has attracted hundreds of pairs of reed warblers and sedge warblers. Other star birds include bitterns, common cranes, kingfishers, barn owls and hobbies. There is a new visitor centre open daily, 9am 5pm, the reserve is open from dawn to dusk every day, parking 2.
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Experience the spectacle of the tens of thousands of ducks, geese and swans. In spring, the marshes are filled with the atmospheric calls of lapwings and redshanks, all breeding on one of the UK's largest expanses of wet grassland. Reserve open at all times, entry free.
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