biodiversity survey has been gathering pace as Spring takes hold.
survey is being organised by the Hethersett Environmental Action Team (HEAT)
and has already collected details of a partial albino blackbird, a stoat and
the first Brimstone butterfly of the year.
members have also been out after dark to help the annual toad migration at the
top end of Great Melton Road with hundreds of toads, frogs and newts being
safely seen across the main road to their breeding ponds.
observations and contributions to the survey can be reported via e-mail by clicking
here or to 6, Queenís Road.
next litter pick will be on April 16th, starting at 10 a.m from
Hethersett Methodist Church car park. Volunteers are welcome with equipment
being provided. HEATís next meeting will be on 13th April in
Hethersett Methodist Church at 8 p.m.
HEATís village open gardens event will take place on 5th June with profits this year going to the United Norwich Kidney Patients Association and the Norfolk Wildlife Trust. Anybody wishing to open their garden to the public can contact HEAT members Heather Williamson on 01603 812001 or Anne Edwards on 01603 812309.