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Bell heather by Norwich City Council Chalk reef by Rob Spray Buttles Marsh area by Mike Page Saline Lagoon at Cley by Norfolk Wildlife Trust Norfolk hawker by George Taylor Silver-studded blue by Graeme Cresswell Snipe by Graeme Cresswell
Bell heather by Norwich City Council.
Chalk reef by Rob Spray.
Buttles Marsh area by Mike Page.
Saline lagoon at Cley by Norfolk Wildlife Trust.
Norfolk hawker by George Taylor
Silver-studded blue by Graeme Cresswell
Snipe by Graeme Cresswell

Welcome to the Norfolk Biodiversity Partnership!

Established in 1996, the Partnership is a unique consortium, bringing together the resources and expertise of over 20 local authorities, statutory agencies and voluntary groups in pursuit of a shared goal - the implementation of the Norfolk Biodiversity Action Plan (BAP).

This website summarises our work to conserve, enhance and restore Norfolk’s biological diversity. From here, you can download the Species and Habitat Action Plans that comprise the BAP and learn more about the many other activities in which the Partnership is engaged. You can also find out more about biodiversity in the county, the background to the BAP process, and the objectives and structure of the Partnership.

We’d welcome your comments and suggestions. If you would like to send us feedback on the site or the work of the Biodiversity Partnership, please click here.

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