Learn to identify warblers by voice and plumage. For beginners or as a refresher.
Our plans for returning to the full range of our face-to-face events programme are based on the Government’s Roadmap published on 22 February 2021. We will continue to review our decisions on a regular basis to ensure that we are doing everything possible to keep our staff, volunteers and visitors safe.
Read more about our plans for reopening here and explore our growing programme of online and self-guided events, including talks, walks and workshops.
Discover what footprints, holes in nuts, gnawed fir cones, setts and burrows can reveal.
Something fascinating has occurred in our region - an exceptionally rich variety of elm trees, unseen elsewhere in the UK. Discover more from botany expert, Brian Eversham.
Meet the Great Fen restoration officers - Discover who they are, how they got here, why they work here and what they do!
Begin to develop skills to identify individual bats to species level using a bat detector and analysing their echolocation calls.
Discover the diversity and importance of invertebrates and learn how to identify them.
For those who need some practice identifying woodland birds, with an expert on hand.
Develop a framework for identifying the commonest grasses in the region by vegetative features alone.
Learn about these diverse pollinators and how to identify them to at least genus level.
Learn more about floodplain meadows, including botanical and hydrological monitoring techniques.