A new nature trail has been launched at a Suffolk reserve allowing walkers to experience more of its beautiful scenes and inhabitants. 

Cavenham Heath National Nature Reserve will unveil its new trail on Wednesday, May 29, allowing visitors to explore and enjoy Cavenham Heath's natural beauty.

The circular trail will allow walkers to see the reserve like never before and discover some of its inhabitants like lizards, stone curlews, kingfishers rabbits, and maybe even adders. 

East Anglian Daily Times: Cavenham lake features on the new trailCavenham lake features on the new trail (Image: Natural England)

The opening day has been set to align with National Nature Reserves Week which takes place from May 20 to May 31.

On the day a free guided walk will show visitors around the new trail and explain what makes the reserve so special.

Suffolk has eight National Nature Reserves overall and they are all free to visit.