Matt Hayes, research assistant at the Cambridge Museum of Zoology, has worked with the Zoology Department's Insect Ecology Research Group to conserve endangered butterflies. Maintaining…
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Our Trust promoter Harry Hog is back out and about at some of our best reserves for spring. Find out what to look out for when you visit
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 three counties are a special place for wildlife, and here's why.
Jamie Wildman, PhD environmental science student, gives an update on the Chequered Skipper reintroduction project in the Rockingham Forest
Dr Andrew Bladon tells us about his innovative project to assess the impacts of climate change on butterfly species living on some of the Trusts most important reserves
Sam is a University of Cambridge Biodiversity Intern who has been volunteering with The Wildlife Trust BCN since June.
With Britain experiencing a sustained heatwave, our Chief Executive, Brian Eversham, looks at the effect warm summers have on Britain's insect populations.
Post-industrial landscapes rich in wildlife...
For the last ten years, the Wildlife Trust BCN has worked in partnership with corporate members Arqiva to improve a site of theirs for wildlife. We've achieved some great things.