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Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Norfolk Wildlife Trust is a charity dedicated to all aspects of wildlife conservation in Norfolk β€’ Carer of 🐰 for β€’
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Dr Ben Garrod 2h
Ready to go wild for day next Friday (27/07/2018) when I’ll be visiting many of our most beautiful and wild places across the county? I’ll be with the ace and Follow our adventure on and tell us about your Norfolk wild adventures
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust 23h
We in Norfolk have a wonderful coast to explore, full of marine wildlife πŸšπŸ¦€πŸŸπŸ‹ Join the to help protect it – deadline tomorrow!
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 19
Our Vice President John Snape is a fantastic advocate for nature – he founded our Children and Nature fund to help children and young people enjoy and value wildlife through educational activities 🌼 πŸ¦‹
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 18
We can't wait for ! NWT Ambassador will be touring 's wildest spots – keep track of the action on the day by following us on social media and using πŸ¦‹πŸ¦πŸŒΌπŸŒ³
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 18
Fantastic photos, would like to see!
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 18
Congratulations to our friends in Attleborough, who celebrated their 50th anniversary with a party, a tour of their lovely gardens and a talk on Saturday night. All profits are being donated to NWT – thank you! 😊🌹
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Dr Ben Garrod Jul 16
Beautiful afternoon seeing one of the lowest tides I’ve seen in a long time - perfect opportunity to explore the longest chalk reef in the UK (and maybe even the world). Fossils and marine life galore! What a beautiful and weird habitat. One we must save!
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 18
Replying to @saintyd1
Hi David, sorry about that, I'll look into why it's not working. Would you mind emailing them instead please? wild@norfolkwildlifetrust.org.uk
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Go Go Sydney Long Ears Jul 18
Thank you for visiting me at Ranworth Broad. I am rather spoilt in my location, aren't I?
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 18
Replying to @saintyd1
Fantastic photo! Would you consider submitting it to our online gallery? πŸ¦‹
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Robert S J Smith Jul 17
Today's haul at Hickling Broad NNR still slowly increasing - now 280 moths of 52 species. Pics: Ghost Moth, Dotted Footman, Coxcomb Prominent & Gold Spot.
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Spinkybird Jul 16
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 17
Tune in to Sounding Coastal Change tomorrow from 4am for a 24hr live broadcast from Blakeney Quay, including a dawn chorus recorded at and discussions with NWT staff and volunteers πŸ¦πŸŽ™οΈπŸŒŠπŸŽΆ
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Mike Dawson Jul 16
Got to love a sitting on the outside of the trap. ⁦⁩
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 17
Replying to @daveexe @NWTCleyCentre
Thanks for visiting ! Glad you enjoyed it. We look forward to seeing you again soon! πŸ™‚
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 17
Replying to @SupportNWT
Grass snakes are in fact one of only TWO species of true snake found in Norfolk, the second being the adder, as photographed swimming on NWT Hickling Broad in May this year Apologies for the typo in our previous tweet! 🐍🐍
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 17
Replying to @Norwichbirder
Apologies, it was a typo in our tweet! πŸ™ˆ Thanks for letting us know!
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 17
Replying to @AdyQuinn1
Apologies, it was a typo in our tweet! πŸ™ˆ We meant three in the UK as Barry rightly says in his article, and two species in Norfolk 🐍🐍
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 17
Replying to @scrufftyguy
Apologies, it was a typo in our tweet! πŸ™ˆ We meant three in the UK as Barry rightly says in his article, and two species in Norfolk 🐍🐍
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Norfolk Wildlife Trust Jul 16
Grass snakes are one of only three species of true snake found in Norfolk 🐍 🐍 They are regular inhabitants of our commons, favouring damper areas but equally at home on dry grassland.
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