We monitor the health of nature
Our monitoring and research team provide the science behind our conservation work. Surveys enable us to monitor population trends and assess the success of our practical habitat management. This involves a huge variety of surveys for mammals, invertebrates, plants, reptiles, amphibians, and habitats.
We encourage surveys on our reserves and are keen to support any activities that add to our understanding of sites and species. Please get in touch if you are interested in surveying on our reserves. To find out more about wildlife monitoring and how you can get involved please scroll down this page to explore our work.
Check out our latest blog posts
Working for the Wildlife Trust - Ryan Clark
Ryan Clark tells us how be found himself working on the WILDside Project and why volunteer biological recorders are so important.
Farewell From The WILDside Project
WILDside Project Coordinator Ryan Clark summarises the project and what it has achieved.
2019 Swift Survey Results
Ryan Clark tells us about the results of the 2019 three-county swift survey and how you can get involved in 2020
The state of nature - turning a corner or being undermined?
CEO Brian Eversham reflects on the latest State of Nature report and how it relates to our local wildlife
Meet the Volunteer - Imogen Smith
Imogen, our most recent Cambridge University Intern tells us what she has learnt volunteering with the Trust.
Monitoring Felmersham Gravel Pits
We are working to manage the site at Felmersham for all species. Josh Hellon (Monitoring & Research Manager) tells us more.