Youth Rangers groups for secondary-aged young people
Flit Vale Youth Rangers - on one Sunday morning each month
Chilterns Chalk Youth Rangers - school holidays
Hinchingbrooke Youth Rangers - second Saturday of the month
Meet at Hinchingbrooke Country Park Visitors Centre in Huntingdon. They usually get together on the second Saturday of the month, from 10.30am to 12.30pm. For more information, please contact Watch Leader David Robinson, on 01480 388666
Paxton Pits Youth Rangers - one Saturday each month
Meet at Paxton Pits Education Centre, Little Paxton, nr St. Neots. They get together on one Saturday each month, 2-4pm. For more information, please contact Debbie McKenzie, Education Centre Manager on 01480 473161
Peterborough Youth Rangers - Wednesdays during most school holidays
Work in partnership with various different conservation organisations in the city, to do practical conservation tasks or surveys to help wildlife. They meet on Wednesdays during most school holidays . For more information please contact Rachel Price on Rachel.Price@wildlifebcn.org
Nene Wetlands Youth Rangers - one Saturday a month
Get together monthly on Saturdays at the Nene Wetlands Visitor Centre for practical conservation, wildlife surveys and learning outdoor bush craft skills. Contact Katie King for more information on email@example.com or call 01933 779587.
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Nature: How much is enough?
Our CEO Brian Eversham breaks down the Wildlife Trusts latest national campaign and outlines what 30 by 30 means for us.
The Wildlife Trusts launch an initiative to kickstart nature’s recovery
Today The Wildlife Trusts launch 30 by 30 - a bold mission to start putting nature into recovery across at least 30% of land and sea by…
In response to the pandemic we have sadly needed to cancel all of our events between March and July, as well as many we had planned for the rest of the year. We know how important nature is for everyone's health and wellbeing though, we have been working hard to adapt our popular engagement activities and are now able to offer a some small-group events at a few of our sites (pre-booking essential) as well as a growing list of on-line events.
News and Blogs
A Youth Ranger in Lockdown
Youth Ranger Adam Watts, like other young people, has had his world turned upside-down this spring and summer at a crucial time. He…
Tackling climate and nature emergencies together
In a new report published today The Wildlife Trusts demonstrate how a variety of natural landscapes in the UK can store carbon, making…
Chalk grassland restoration at Totternhoe
The rare chalk grassland at Totternhoe, Beds has benefitted from restoration work thanks to a generous grant from Biffa Award
Gift of Hope for a Wilder Future
Despite seemingly increasing environmental problems facing the world, it's important to reflect on all the tangibly good things…
No let up in loss of UK's nature
The State of Nature Report 2019 has been released.
Walking in solidarity with the youth strike for climate activists
Staff from across the Wildlife Trust walked in solidarity with the climate strikers on 20 September