Regular North Chiltern's Chalk volunteer Barbara Ellis gives us her perspective of volunteering with the Wildlife Trust BCN
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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.
Our Voluntary Walking Warden at Blow's Downs shares his passion for the role.
It's been a busy time up in the North Chiltern hills with new fencing and conservation grazing.
Our Team are inspiring children to think about the ‘tiny creatures of the big hills’.
As well as our own nature reserves we have also been helping improve other sites for wildlife.
Our team have been keeping the grassland open and full of light for wildflowers.
Bedfordshire is a county of hidden beauty with great rivers, wild hills and amazing wildlife just waiting for the discerning explorer to discover.
A population of wild junipers in Bedfordshire has just been increased with the planting of six new trees