Getting close to nature

Wildlife in the Broads National Park - Marsh Harrier
Marsh Harrier - ©Andrew Parkinson / 2020VISION

The Broads is famous for its thriving wildlife. Millions of visitors flock here for a glimpse of the rare and fascinating species that make it their home. 

Whether you’re a dedicated bird watcher, a passionate angler, or simply a fan of animals you’ll be delighted by the beauty of our nature reserves and the huge variety of wildlife that can be found there.

    Did you know?

    67 species have become extinct in the last 23 years, which is why protecting these precious habitats is so important.

    Read about why the Broads is Britain’s nature capital and its wildlife national park and search for countryside and wildlife events