Weeting heath visitor centre
Stone Curlew by Dave Mansell
The most famous site for Stone Curlew.
This Norfolk Wildlife Trust site is most famous for its breeding Stone Curlew. The site is quite small, with short tracks to two hides over looking an area of Breckland. Spotted Flycatcher often breed in the woods. There is also a longer Forest Trail which leads up into an area of pine plantation - Tree Pipits and Woodlarks are around but not always that easy to see. The reserve is open from early April through to September. There are usually 2-3 pairs of Stone Curlew breeding here along with Green Woodpeckers and Mistle Thrush. Stone Curlews are crepuscular so most active at dawn and dusk. To non members of NWT there is a charge of £3.50
Stone Curlew & Spotted Flycatcher