Sunday 22 April 2018
2.00pm to 3.00pm
The Auditorium – The Forum
A look at how someone born and bred in north London moved to Norfolk over twenty years ago and never left. Steve will talk about how he ended up staying in Norfolk and share some of his and his young family’s favourite places and wildlife in a humorous and affectionate look at his adopted home county.
From catching crabs with his children and dawn quests for wild Geese, through to Norwich’s best kept natural history secret, Steve’s talk will give a personal view of Norfolk, sharing his favourite wildlife and places from around the county, and why they are so important.
Steve Rowland lives on the north Norfolk coast with his wife and two young sons, he has worked for the RSPB for nearly thirty years currently as Public Affairs Manager for Eastern England. Steve is a keen birder and wildlife photographer with, in no particular order, a fondness for travel, red wine, curry, swimming, other people’s gardens and Arsenal football club.