Norfolk Coast BioBlitz – July 2017

In July 2017 the Norfolk Coast Partnership, the National Trust, the Norfolk Wildlife Trust, Holkham National Nature Reserve, RSPB Titchwell Marsh and the Norfolk Biodiversity Information Service came together for the first time to undertake the Norfolk Coast Bioblitz. Forty-eight hours of biodiversity, surveying, citizen science and public engagement activities.

A sonic snapshot that captures the atmosphere of the weekend, with serious science and a lot of fun.

It was produced by me for the Sounding Coast Change project.

Foxley Wood – March 2018

An old abandoned cart

The first morning of British Summer Time and a walk through the Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s Foxley Wood.

See if you can hear the woodpecker.

Despite relatively dry weather, some of the paths are very wet and muddy in places.

The ancient woodland floor is covered in the green foliage of what promises to be a spectacular display of Bluebells in the next six weeks or so.

Discovered a tuneful little stream and a long forgotten cart.

Norfolk Wildlife Trust – Foxley Wood