Sweetbriar Marshes are an incredible new urban nature reserve managed by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. It’s the size of over 50 football pitches – imagine how many amazing insects we could find in that amount of space!
To add to the excitement this developing new space has a huge range of habitats: dry sandy uplands all the way down to riverside marshland; ancient trees, glacial ponds, and unusual man-made features.
We will explore this exciting new wildlife haven and talk about insects as we go. There will be three pre-planned stops to talk about important aspects of insect life cycles, behaviour, and ecology.
Find out more about the site on the Norfolk Wildlife Trust website.