in Norfolk is a haunting landscape comprising a mixture of forest, arable farmland
and heath land as well as a Ministry of Defence training ground.
lovers can enjoy spring with wildlife watching and kettle pond dipping.
Some moors are wild and inhospitable places, but they are
also great places to see nature if you're prepared to look carefully.
- Moorlands are good places for wildlife watchers because
are rich in game birds and heathland plants.
and Weeting Moors - Visitor Guide
miles north east of Lakenheath, Norfolk.
Wildlife Trust - 01603 598300|
Centre - 01842 827615
Warden - 01603 625540
Norfolk Wildlife Trust
- 01603 625540
Survey:||OS ref TL758880|
Visitor centre. Hides.
Nature site plan and leaflet
kit:||Binoculars. Walking shoes. |
Bird watching - this
is one of the best places in the UK to see the rare Stone Curlew.
access to visitor centre and hides.|
Follow the road signs to
Hockwold and Weeting. The entrance to the reserve is off a small road between
the two villages.
There is a car park on site next to the visitor
Railway - Brandon Station.
From April to September,
7am- dusk. Public access is restricted to the pine belt and viewing from the
The Visitor Centre is open April to August.
to visit the reserve away from the hides is not normally granted in summer due
to the sensitive nature of the area.
entry charge to non Norfolk Wildlife Trust members.|
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