The Norfolk Wildlife Trust is doing sterling work protecting land to preserve species and their habitats.
They own ancient woodlands, areas of the Broads such as Hickling Broad, and coastal reserves such as Cley Marshes. The NWT was founded in 1926 by Dr Sydney Long, and Cley Marshes was the first Wildlife Trust nature reserve in the country. There are now 47 Wildlife Trusts, with some 2,200 nature reserves. Five of the NWT sites have visitor centres: Cley, Hickling, Holme, Ranworth and Weeting. From the oldest Wildlife Trust reserve in the UK to the smallest, spot a wide variety of birds, have as long or short a walk as you wish, or see the North Norfolk coastline at its best. For more information about the many reserves across Norfolk, you can visit the NWT website.