Now out – Norfolk Wildlife Services News – Summer 2014

The first of Norfolk Wildlife Services’ newsletters is now out, aiming to keep you informed of ecological issues and keep in touch about what we are doing.

You can download the full contents of our newsletter by clicking onto this link :

Download pdf document NWS Summer Newsletter [ pdf format 3Mb ]

or click through below to see individual articles.

Here is a glimpse of our news:

1. Invasive Non-Native Species – Japanese Knotweed
All our staff are trained to recognise invasive problem species. Norfolk Wildlife Services (NWS) detected and helped eradicate the pernicious Japanese Knotweed from a client’s site. If undetected once established, it could have caused serious problems __Find out why in this story inside!

2. Landscape design – Cley Marshes
The new Simon Aspinall Wildlife Education Centre is now being built.  We developed an attractive landscape design for Norfolk Wildlife Trust that allows work on the outdoor elements of the work to be delivered cost effectively. __Find out more about this story inside!

3. Early birds at Bacton Gas terminal
At Bacton, we created a strategy for ENI, the Italian multinational oil and gas company, to avoid breeding birds being affected by refurbishment works and a multi-million pound demolition programme being potentially delayed.___ Find out more about what NWS offered inside!

4. Training courses
We run a programme of specialist wildlife and ecology courses and seminars annually, open to all. Our badger course at Stoke Holy Cross involved a formal classroom session in church hall, looking at ecology and theory, followed by a walk in nearby woods in the afternoon.___ Find out more about this training inside!


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