Those who like walking in wetland areas will get a chance to do so in the Norfolk Broads as part of a special occasion.
February 2nd is World Wetland Day and the Broads Authority is holding a morning walk at Hardley Flood on the River Chet, near Loddon, starting at 10:00 GMT and continuing until 12:30 GMT.
During the afternoon, a two-mile circular route in an area of the Bure Marshes normally off-limits to the public will be explored.
In both cases a ranger will be on hand to point out various natural habitats and wildlife.
Those keen on walking in these areas may wish to pick up some men's walking shoes
or women's walking shoes
for the events, which are free to the public.
Established in 1989, the Norfolk Broads Authority area is regarded as a national park, although technically it differs from the others because the body has the additional role of protecting the interest of navigation.
Posted by Dan Mirza