Orchards East is an exciting new environmental and cultural project covering six counties in the east of England - Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, Essex, Hertfordshire, Norfolk and Suffolk.
We are involved with Cambridgeshire ACRE in developing a new conservation project on the Old West river in Cambridgeshire. You can help out by filling in the questionnaire below
Use of a drone has enabled us to capture dramatic videos of our reserves
A quick round-up of some of the survey work from this summer
The word dormouse translates literally as 'sleepy one'. Find out more about how we are helping them to be more comfortable on our reserves.
We have been trialing new techniques to restore the heather at Cooper’s Hill to its former glory
A report on our work at Cherry Hinton Chalk Pits over the past 10 years
Josh Hellon (Monitoring & Research Manager) on what the Wildlife Trust BCN means to him
Calling all carpenters! We are looking for volunteers to help build nest boxes for dormice
Drones are an incredibly useful new tool in conservation. The Wildlife Trust BCN are investigating how we can use drones to help with our conservation and research work.