Silver-washed fritillary - Gamlingay Wood NR - Sarah Lambert
Pegsdon Hills - Robert Enderby
Local school children cut and collect growing tree saplings - Ross Hoddinott/2020VISION
Chiffchaff at Dog House Grove - Richard Nicoll
A comma butterfly basking in the sun by Harry Hog
Join a training workshop with the Wildlife Trust BCN to discover more about the amazing species of fauna and flora that live in our…
Explore our identification keys to learn how to identify wildlife
Reserve Officer for Blow’s Downs and Galley and Warden Hills, Esther Clark, updates on the work taken place this year at the reserves.
Despite the changes we have all had to face this year, our reserves team at Totternhoe have been busy ensuring wildlife and people can safely enjoy this natural space.
Every autumn, headlines warn about spiders invading our homes. But what’s the real story with our eight-legged neighbours?
Autumn approaches, and our intrepid Trust promoter makes his way around some of our best seasonal reserves.
There’s so much more to these otherworldly organisms than meets the eye...
Trust promoter Harry Hog has been out and about at Waresley Woods and Trumpington Meadows, making the most of the last flush of summer insects...
Our intrepid promoter Harry Hog is now officially out and about visiting Wildlife Trust nature reserves in our three counties. Read the first of his ‘Hog Blog’s about how our local wildlife is…
Snakes are often thought of as exotic creatures to be admired (or avoided) on holidays in hotter countries, but Britain is home to three native species of snake.
Donal Griffin, marine conservation officer for The Wildlife Trusts, shares the experiences that inspired his love for the sea.
Voluntary Communities and Wildlife Officer Megan has spotted some spotted visitors in her garden over the spring and summer.