On August 21st come and discover Holkham dunes with Holkham Estate Nature Reserve Rangers, Norfolk County Council ENDURE project and Norfolk Biodiversity Information Service.
We will be holding a stand explaining the types of plants essential to dune formation and the process the dunes go through to become what you see today at Holkham and across the coast in Norfolk.
We will be heading out for 4 (free) guided dune walks with the Rangers from Holkham, who will explain about the history of the reserve’s dunes, the plants, and the work they carry out to make sure it continues to be an exceptional site for wildlife and recreation.
We will also be there to explain what Norfolk County Council is doing to help through the ENDURE project looking at reducing the impact of visitors on our dunes. Working closely with the Norfolk Biodiversity Information Service, also part of the team at NCC, we will show you how to identify species in the dunes - but it will be interactive, so bring your identifying minds!
Will you be able to recognise new dune formation? Will you be able to identify the plants in the dunes?
Come and find us near/or in the Lookout at Holkham Nature Reserve, at the end of Lady Anne’s Drive, Wells-Next-The-Sea on August 21st. First walk leaves at 10am. Come and register at the stand for your more convenient timing.
More information about Holkham: https://www.holkham.co.uk/nature-reserve-beach/nature-reserve/introduction