RSPB - Royal Society for the Protection of Birds
The RSPB works for a healthy environment rich in birds and wildlife. It depends on the support and generosity of others to make a difference.
Norfolk is Britain's top birdwatching county with great birds in any season. Across the county the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has 4 nature reserves, and works with certain communities to protect other important wild bird populations.
The Society runs many activities and events with local members' groups and wildlife explorers clubs in Norfolk schools or youth clubs. For bird watching, try RSPB's most popular reserve in the UK - Titchwell on the north Norfolk coast for nesting avocets, marsh harriers and bearded tits. You can also view spectacular flocks of waders and wildfowl at Snettisham on the Wash. Go south for Breckland's stone-curlews; travel east to Strumpshaw Fen to enjoy Broadland fen and grazing marshes, or the UK's biggest little tern colony at Great Yarmouth. Quite a combination!
For further information please visit: www.rspb.org.uk
Eastern England Regional Office
65 Thorpe Road
Tel: 01603 661662