Virtual Wild Walks

Virtual Wild Walks

In celebration of our 60th birthday, Suffolk Wildlife Trust invites you to join us on six virtual Wild Walks on six of our stunning reserves.

Wildflowers and butterfly by Jon Hawkins

Join Suffolk Wildlife Trust to discover six QR codes on each walk and listen to our staff team bringing the trail to life. Simply scan the QR code using the camera function on your phone or via a QR code reader app to learn more about the site and the wildlife within.

Virtual Wild Walk Locations

Reserve map for virtual wild walks

Choose your walk and click to view the whistle stop virtual tour

Can't visit one of these reserves ? Watch below to see all 6 stopping points along the walk rolled together for a quick mini tour.
To experience the tours first hand look out for the QR codes along the trails going live on our 60th birthday, 14 June 2021.

Arger Fen & Spouse's Vale

Arger Fen and Spouse's Vale is a fascinating mosaic of ancient woodland alongside fen meadow and regenerating woodland. Find out more about this nature reserve.

Blaxhall Common

Blaxhall Common is a piece of heathland full of birds, butterflies, reptiles and flowers particular to the area. Find out more about this nature reserve.

Darsham Marshes

Nestled within the Minsmere River Valley, Darsham Marshes is a classic representative marshland site with a diverse mix of flora and fauna. Find out more about this nature reserve.

Knettishall Heath

Breckland is one of the UK’s biodiversity hotspots and the designation of much of Knettishall Heath as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) reflects this. Find out more about this nature reserve.

Lound Lakes

Lound Lakes is a wonderfully wildlife rich site containing a mosaic of habitats, including woodland, acid and lowland grassland, open water, rush pasture and fen meadow. Find out more about this nature reserve. 

Snape Marshes

It is not hard to see why Benjamin Britten drew inspiration from this landscape of vast skies, golden reeds and sparkling water. Find out more about this nature reserve.