BBC

In April we were asked by the BBC to look for mammals for the launch of the People’s Trust for Endangered Species mammal survey 2019. We had BBC Radio Suffolk reporter Luke Deal with us for an hour in an Ipswich park , doing 2 pieces live to radio. Listen in to see what we…

April 2019

This month has been super, especially for hares, badgers and foxes! Enjoy a few of our favourite encounters here, very excited for May!

Ethics

Spirit of Suffolk prides itself on its ethical stance regarding wildlife viewing practices and photography. Our tours strictly follow these self-set field guidelines; We leave a site exactly as we found it, or better. We never bait for wildlife. We never call-in wildlife We cause as little disturbance to the environment as possible We cause…

Conser-vation

The Spirit of Suffolk team are active members of the local conservation community and assist in local and national biological recording, citizen science initiatives and in conservation education. Unfortunately many of our beloved species and landscapes are threatened in the UK but we aim to help turn the tide using social media as an opportunity…