An illustrated introduction to the small but fascinating world of insects, fungi, lichens and more besides, which are at their best in winter. Brian will explore the complex interactions between…
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We are delighted that our outdoor events, workshops and programmes, including family events and guided walks, are running again. Visit our events page for a full list of upcoming events and to book your place. Events will continue to be planned on the basis of making them Covid-safe. This may happen in a number of ways, including limiting group size, regular sanitisation and ensuring personal space. Our duty of care to our staff, volunteers, members and visitors remains our top priority.
Discover some of the amazing wildlife spectacles Iain has found in and around Cambridge during his time working for the Wildlife Trust.
What our wildlife might be like in 50 years’ time, if the Trust succeeds in its aims? Join Brian Eversham for a ponder into the future.
Join Dr. Gwen Hitchcock for an illustrated overview of her bat conservation work in Malawi and some of the other amazing wildlife she saw.
Join Dr Gwen Hitchcock to learn about an elusive and iconic mammal – the dormouse – a much loved member of British wildlife.
Join Dr Cicely Marshall for a talk about the conversion of the King's Back Lawn to a wildflower meadow and subsequent wildlife monitoring.