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Dr. Daniel Wade

Daniel Wade is the WaLOR Project Manager at Suffolk Wildlife Trust.

Daniel has been working for Suffolk Wildlife Trust since October 2021 where he began as Technical Officer working within the Wilder Landscapes Team. Between March 2022 and March 2023, Daniel went on secondment to the Broads Authority working as Peat Project Officer on the Broads Peat Project (, helping guide the way to carbon focussed habitat regeneration in the Broads National Park. Daniel has been the Waveney and Little Ouse Landscape Recovery Project Manager since January 2023 and brings the experience of the Broads Peat Project role to help guide our path through this Landscape Recovery pilot.

Whilst currently finalising his PhD on avian influenza in wild birds, Daniel has worked as a field ecologist prior to his role with Suffolk Wildlife Trust, including exciting stints in Sweden, Honduras and India. Daniel’s core passions within the field include migration ecology and habitat restoration.

Landscape Recovery: The Waveney and Little Ouse Recovery Project 

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The River Waveney Floodplain shot from above.

Our project, the Waveney and Little Ouse Landscape Recovery Project, sits on the headwaters of the 2 rivers, covering over 1,600 hectares between the towns of Diss on the Waveney and Thetford on the Little Ouse. The project seeks an opportunity to realise the invaluable services our floodplains provide. In this post, I'll share an overview of our work.