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Norfolk Science and Environment

Caistor Roman Project

Archaeological project surveying the remains of the Roman regional capital Venta Icenorum, which lies buried beneath fields at Caistor St Edmund. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Caistor-Roman-Project/256723641059082

Geological Society of Norfolk

Contains information on the meetings and field events of this geological society, plus details of locally important geological sites.

Norfolk and Norwich Archaeological Society

Details the lectures, excursions and tours of this archaeological society and also offers notes for journal contributors and information on the Young Archaeologists Club.

Norfolk and Norwich Naturalists' Society

Offers various downloadable species guides as well as information on this group's programme of events, plus advice on recording data.

Norfolk Branch of Butterfly Conservation

Contains information on this butterfly group's events plus species listings.

Norfolk Coast Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

Provides information for visitors to this AONB, plus details of the management and development of sites within the designated area.

Norfolk Countryside

Contains interactive maps and guides to the footpaths, bridleways and cycle routes and long distance paths in Norfolk.

Norfolk Moths

Features a guide to the moth species found in Norfolk, with online data recording forms.

Norfolk Wildlife Trust

Offers information on Norfolk's wildlife and nature reserves.

Norfolk Wildlife Trust

A charity dedicated to all aspects of wildlife conservation in Norfolk. https://www.facebook.com/NorfolkWildlifeTrust SupportNWT

Norfolk's Biodiversity

Presents details of Norfolk's Biodiversity Action Plan, along with information on the non-native species initiative.

Pensthorpe Nature Reserve and Gardens

Describes a nature reserve and countryside visitor attraction; includes details of their collections, conservation projects, and a visitors guide. Located near Fakenham.

Sheringham and Beeston Regis Commons

A guide to the flora and fauna on 25 hectares of grassland, heath, marsh, fen and secondary woodland; includes a history, maps, and a record of sightings.

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