A small group of friends (5 of us in all) have decided in our 20th year of walking together that we will try to visit all the Norfolk Wildlife Trust reserves in their 90th Anniversary year. So we braved the cold wind and showers and started out on our adventure.
|Turkeytail fungus at Hockham Fen|
We continued on to East Wretham Heath. Not many rabbits were brave enough to venture out today, but we did see a few white tails bobbing about. It's amazing to see how low they crop the grassland, helping to make the Brecks so unique, with a population of rare birds, plants and insects found virtually nowhere else in England.
|Ringmere at East Wretham|
A bracing day, with much to see, even in mid-winter. Next week we are off to Thetford Heath.