Foulness Island is a place of hidden beauty. The marshy landscape and mudflats provide an ideal habitat for breeding birds, flora and fauna all of which thrive within the protection of the site boundary. The historic buildings add a flavour of bygone days and a traditional farming community.
We have selected some images that illustrate the natural beauty of the area. For more information about conservation on the Range, see our conservation page.
Wildlife photography courtesy of Chris Lewis of the Foulness Area Bird Survey Group.