Text and photography © James Williamson | info@norfolknaturesafari.co.uk
...is a journey through Norfolk's natural history, exploring the habitats of the county and the wildlife dwelling within these spaces, not only those that are regarded as rare or endangered, living in protected areas, but those that are regularly taken for granted or seldom talked about; animals that we see often but think about very little.

Moving across the East Anglian Plain that contains the last remnants of the region's ancient broad leaved woodland, to Britain's largest swamp, the iconic Norfolk Broadland, through the arid Breckland landscape to the outstanding Norfolk coastline, it is a safari across one of the England's most environmentally diverse counties...learn more
Pink footed geese taking to the air at dusk. The flock will increase in numbers as the geese fly across the open fields, collecting other feeding flocks on route to their favoured nighttime roosting sites out on the mudflats and grazing mashes.