Now's a great time to put up nestboxes before our swifts return in April/May. Sophie has been inspired by National Nestbox Week and done just that - and it really is pretty straightforward!…
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An evidence-based approach has long been one of our core values, underpinning all our work and featuring as a key point in our very first business plan back in 2000. But we don’t just apply…
Bedfordshire is a county of hidden beauty with great rivers, wild hills and amazing wildlife just waiting for the discerning explorer to discover.
Use of a drone has enabled us to capture dramatic videos of our reserves
As the best placed organisation to know where local habitats and opportunities are, the Wildlife Trusts are keen to be part of the solution for nature's recovery
We have been surveying the newts in our Cambourne office pond for the last six years, using a unique method...
Add your voice for nature to this collaborative artwork about the river Nene
Planning is something that we can all be involved with and wildlife can be taken into account at any stage. Let's consider six levels of planning for wildlife.
Josh Hellon (Monitoring & Research Manager) on what the Wildlife Trust BCN means to him
Join our teams of small mammal surveyors in the area between Corby and Peterborough.