For people aged between 12 and 18 years with an interest in wildlife and being outdoors. This month we will be helping with the new wet crop planting in the Great Fen.
We have been actively reviewing the government’s advice and have decided to cancel all events up until the 13th June. We apologise for any inconvenience caused, but ask for your understanding in our decision to do so. We will continue to monitor the situation and will update our home page as soon as we receive any new information or guidance. Please visit our home page for ideas on how to stay connected with nature over this difficult time.
A family event discovering the diverse habitats within the Great Fen and how you can create your own garden habitats.
Find out about egg layers – birds, insects, amphibians and reptiles.
An introductory workshop on amphibians with Helen and Terry Moore at Ramsey Heights, Cambridgeshire
This cheerful, professional duo at the forefront of the new wild gardening movement will give you the lowdown on how to create space for your wild neighbours in your own garden.
Discover Mindfulness techniques at Ramsey Heights Nature Reserve.
A fantastic introduction to the natural world for pre-school children. Each weekly session is packed with activities, walks and games….be prepared to get mucky.
For all those early birds out there, come along to Woodwalton Fen for an early morning Dawn Chorus walk
Wildlife Watch is for all primary school aged children 4+ – 12 yrs. Children under 8 yrs must be accompanied by an adult.
Get ready for the Wildlife Trust 30 Days Wild Challenge in June, gather a pack and lots of ideas to begin your challenge.