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Country walk

Lindsay Want takes a north Suffolk stroll which reveals the unusual split personality of Rickinghall and leads not just up hill, but down Botesdale too.

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Love on a beech

Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Reserve manager Samantha Gay at Knettishall Heath
Knettishall Heath is in fact a diverse mosaic of habitats with woodland and riverside meadows, as well as large areas of heath. It extends to over 430 acres. The open landscape created by our Bronze Age ancestors 4,000 years ago had changed very little until the 20th century when forestry and modern farming transformed large parts of The Brecks. Knettishall Heath still retains a sense of what this ancient landscape must have looked like in the past.

Matt Gaw wonders at the stories behind some of the carvings on ancient trees at Knettishall Heath

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Blue and belle
A selection of images capturing an abundant bluebell and one of the most welcome signs of spring in Suffolk

You can send your pictures (high resolution, please) to suffolkmagazine@archant.co.uk with a suitable caption and a selfie, or simply upload your images on to our website at suffolkmag.co.uk.

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From country parks to ancient woodlands, Suffolk is home to beautiful bluebell walks... | Captain's Wood, Suffolk (Getty Images/iStockphoto)

Spectacular displays of bluebells come into bloom in April and May - from country parks to ancient woodlands, we pick 9 places in Suffolk to go for a woodland walk

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Barn owl

Matt Gaw joins wildlife photographer Jamie Hall for an evening watching some of Suffolk’s most beautiful birds

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Male common tern having passed a fish to a female

By the beginning of May a remarkable bird will be back in Suffolk to breed. Wildlife photographer Kevin Sawford will be waiting for it

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Back with a boom

Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Wildife photographer Kevin Sawford is on the lookout for one of the county’s most fascinating birds, the bittern

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Wildlife photography: Haring about

Thursday, February 25, 2016
Brown hares boxing

Wildlife photographer Kevin Sawford is ringside for some hare boxing action

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6 beautiful Suffolk sunrises

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Photo essay by photographer Sarah Lucy Brown who takes pictures of the sunrise over the Suffolk coast

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Great crested grebes

The great crested grebe’s courtship dance is a fascinating and rarely captured moment that is happening in Suffolk’s lakes

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River Waveney: Home to rare spiders

Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Redgrave and Lopham Fen

Matt Gaw goes looking for Waveney, watery home to rare spiders

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Pretty pair: Beautiful young barn owls waiting for their food to arrive at Fen Farm, Bungay, photographed by Frances Crickmore

Here are the beautiful pictures of Suffolk wildlife sent in by Suffolk Magazine readers. December 2015.

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Matt Gaw, of Suffolk Wildlife Trust, heads to Dingle Marshes for a blustery new year walk and ponders how the North Sea shapes the ever changing coastal landscape

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We love receiving photographs from our readers

These breathtaking photographs, sent in by Suffolk Life readers, highlight the natural beauty of our county.

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Happy hunting

Tuesday, January 5, 2016

Wildlife photographer Kevin Sawford has some words of wisdom about capturing images of a favourite winter species, owls

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Herringfleet Mill, Suffolk | Explore the beautiful Suffolk towns and countryside this winter

From Waveney and the Suffolk coast to Dedham Vale, these 19 pictures are guaranteed to get you exploring the beautiful towns and countryside of Suffolk this winter

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