We go several times a year and love it more each time. It's hard to believe this amenity is so close to Norwich and so diverse.
With grandchildren who love nature and a daughter and son-in-law who have less free time than they'd like, at every opportunity we hop in the car, pack a picnic, binoculars and cameras a "must" and head for Caister.
Today was no exception. The weather was glorious and wild flowers in abundance. I challenge anyone to find more beautiful vistas and informative plaques.
Especially lovely are the phacelias and sainfoin, clover and barley at this time of year.
No wonder the wildlife abounds.
Well done to Chris Skinner and English Nature who've done such a fine job for us and future generations.
If you haven't been - any time of year is wonderful, but June wins my vote.
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