Breakfast with the Birds- report

On Sunday 15th May we ran the Breakfast with the Birds, Dawn Chorus Walk at Surlingham Church Marsh.  There were 35 enthusiastic walkers and we divided into 2 groups, one led by Peter Armitage and the other led by Rodney Aldiss and Jake Zarins.  It was a fine sunny...

AGM- a busy year and a buzzing talk

We were fortunate to have Tim Strudwick deliver a detailed talk on identification and conservation of Bees and Wasps in Norfolk. Tim drew from his 17 years of experience recording to explain the finer details of ID of many species. Who knew we had so many on our...
A visit from Doris the White Stork

A visit from Doris the White Stork

We thought you might like to hear about Doris the stork who took up residence in Rockland St Mary over the summer (much to the excitement of members of South Yare Wildlife Group!) White Storks had been extinct in Britain as breeding birds since 1416, although, as...
An update on the Chet Valley B-Line

An update on the Chet Valley B-Line

The South Yare Wildlife Group started the ball rolling towards the establishment of a B-Line, or pollinator corridor, along the Chet Valley by organising the Buglife talk at the Poringland Community Centre in March 2019. Paul Hetherington of Buglife dealt with the...
An open discussion on climate change

An open discussion on climate change

The “Action on Climate Change” open discussion held at the George & Dragon pub in Thurton, was a slightly different approach to a South Yare Wildlife Group meeting. Over 20 of us introduced themselves and shared what we were keen to get out of the meeting and...