A virtual guided walk focussing on the history of Blow's Downs Nature Reserve.
Due to the change in Government guidelines and the new coronavirus lockdown in England, all face-to-face events from Monday 4 January 2021 have been cancelled until further notice. We will continue to monitor the guidelines and look forward to welcoming you back to our events as soon as it is safe to do so.
In the meantime, explore our growing programme of online and self-guided events, including talks, walks and workshops.
Paxton Pits winter-themed family story trail, with short video clips to listen to, at points along the way. (Virtual trail.)
Matt Hayes will be talking about his work increasing access to the Cambridge University Museum of Zoology butterfly collection and the stories they preserve.
Enjoy a guided walk around Lattersey Nature Reserve and learn about the wildlife and heritage of this beautiful area.
Learn to identify broadleaved, deciduous tree in winter.
Join author Alan Bowley as he talks about his book 'The Great Fen - A Journey Through Time'.
An online introduction to the order Diptera and some fascinating facts.
Kate Howlett will explore the benefits of exposure to biodiversity and green space for our health and wellbeing. She will talk about her own research with local primary schools on children’s…
Online talk: Calling in the dark- developing tools and infrastructure for large-scale acoustic monitoring of wildlife, by Dr Stuart Newson
In this talk, Dr Stuart Newson explains how his pioneering bat work is improving our understanding of bats, bush-crickets and more.
A crash course in identifying pond macro-invertebrates to species level.