Wild Ken Hill is returning land to nature and farming sustainably in coastal west Norfolk. We use rewilding, regenerative farming, and traditional conservation practices side-by-side in a unique, innovative approachFind Out More
Wild Ken Hill is home to first Beavers in Norfolk for hundreds of years. Read our blog or book a guided walk with us to learn more about the work of these amazing animals
The freshwater marshes are fantastic habitat for rare wading birds like Avocet, Redshank, Curlew, Lapwing and Little-Ringed Plover
Young saplings, veteran oak trees, deadwood full of insects and funghi provide life across the large wooded areas at Wild Ken Hill
A lovely backdrop of birdsong can be heard at Wild Ken Hill, sung by the variety of finches, buntings, larks, pipits, wagtails, sparrows, martins, and many others
Last time we checked, there were over 800 different species of invertebrate at Wild Ken Hill, helping to pollinate our crops and providing food to birds, bats and more
A walk at Wild Ken Hill always provides sightings of birds of prey, from the now common Red Kites to rarer Marsh Harriers, Hobby, and Goshawk
There is an internationally significant array of arable plants at Wild Ken Hill: Corn Marigolds, Stinking Chamomile and Field Woundwort to name a few
Wild Ken Hill stretches from the sea through coastal scrub, freshwater marshes, heathland, wood pasture to nature-rich farmland
An incredible 2,500 species and counting have been recorded at Wild Ken Hill. We wonder how high this number can go!
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We grow healthy food, aid nature recovery, fight climate change, and bring vibrancy to our local communities.
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