Just before lock-down took effect the wild Hethersett volunteers including the junior branch did an amazing job of pond clearing. Since then we have been able to carry out some daily exercise and pop down to Beckhithe check on the handiwork. First the frogs took up residence along with newts, dragonflies and a host of … More Lock down Highlights and Night Life
With people getting local ‘essential’ daily exercise there are more queries coming to the editors than ever about where to walk and what to look out for, so thought it would be useful to signpost some of the links that are available and map out some permissive paths which have been made available through the … More Hethersett Walks
After the recent work party down at Beckhithe I thought it might be a good opportunity to see who visited the site after all the noise and people had gone. I set the camera up in the wet meadow near to an area clearly used by the rabbit population and when I returned this is … More When the people have gone
Spring is well in place now and the migrant birds are heading back to the village and singing their hearts out. A walk around the village should reveal the chiff chaff call of the Chiffchaff and fluety tones of the black and if your hearing is up to it the high pitched calls of the … More Local wildlife, highs and lows.
As there has been little posted recently by HEAT here is a little something informative from the Wymondham Nature Group. with a date for your diaries: This was a most excellent talk enjoyed by 87! Here is the report from Jane Hardy. Thanks Jane. 💚🌳🌳 Walk in the Ancient Woods Steve Collin, Norfolk Wildlife Trust’s … More A little something from the Neighbours