Grid Reference – TF989173 What3Words - licks.damage.soap Hoe Common is owned by trustees and managed with the guidance of Norfolk Wildlife Trust
Habitat The Common is acidic heathland, a habitat which is increasingly rare in Norfolk. It is designated a County Wildlife Site. It occupies 4.9 hectares.
Species Mainly woodland birds such as Nuthatch, Woodpeckers, Treecreepers and Warblers. Also Linnets breed here. The Common is the starting point of the long running Hoe Bird Walk ( now in its 37 th. year) which has in total - recorded 140 species of birds. Butterflies, dragonflies and adders are a further attraction.
Access There is free access with a perimeter path and an inner fenced area via four stiles. There is a small parking area off the road at the start of the Common entrance.