Gaywood Valley Living Landscape Wildlife Watch

 Between 12 noon on Saturday 9 June and 12 noon on Sunday 10 June Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT) are asking people to join in trying to record 500 species in the Gaywood Valley Living Landscape.

It’s really easy to get involved!

  1. 1)  Join (NWT) on one or more of the wildlife activities they have organised during the 24-hour period and help the walk leaders record as many species as possible.
  2. 2)  Visit the Gaywood Valley Living Landscape area yourself during the 24-hour period and record the wildlife you see.

For more information visit the NWT website.


To record any species you have seen during the 24 hr period, please use our online recording form below:




The easiest way to send us information about the species you have seen is via our online form. Please select one of the three options below to send us your record(s):



[e.g. more than 20 records; including records of more than one species,
at more than one location and on several different dates 
- please send your records using the Gaywood Valley Species Checklist  or our excel spreadsheet template (both below)]

 (or email


Creative Commons Licence [Some Rights Reserved]    All photos on this page copyright creative commons .  Details as per below credits; starting from top of page going left to right and then down (row by row):
Common Poppies at Lossiemouth (Ann Harrison) / CC BY-SA 2.0; Flowering teasel on the Deal Ground (Evelyn Simak) / CC BY-SA 2.0; Green Woodpecker (Picus viridis) (Christine Matthews) / CC BY-SA 2.0; Urban Fox (Christine Matthews) / CC BY-SA 2.0; Rosebay Willowherb, St Bartholomew's Churchyard © Copyright Trish Steel and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence; Red Admiral (Vanessa Atalanta) (David Wright) / CC BY-SA 2.0; Common Lizard (Dave Green) / CC BY-SA 2.0; Rosary cemetery, Norwich - gravestones lining narrow path (Evelyn Simak) / CC BY-SA 2.0; Common Carder Bee (Bombus pascuorum), Melling (Mike Pennington)/ CC BY-SA 2.0