Covid-19 Safety Measures
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.
Wildlife Watch for primary-aged children and their families
Our Wildlife Watch sessions are for families, and parents or carers are asked to stay with their children. Please contact the group leader for more details.
Flit Vale Wildlife Watch
Leighton-Linslade Wildlife Watch - last Wednesday of each month, 6-8pm
Ely Wildlife Watch - second Saturday of each month, 2-4pm
Great Fen Wildlife Watch - one Saturday per season, 10am-12.30pm
Meet at Ramsey Heights Countryside Centre, Chapel Road, Ramsey Heights. The group will meet once per season on a Saturday from 10am-12.30pm. 2021 events will be in June, September and November. For more information look at our list of Great Fen Watch Group events or contact the team on 01487 710420.
Paxton Pits Wildlife Watch - second Saturday of each month, 10am-12pm
Meet at Paxton Pits Education Centre, Little Paxton, near St. Neots. They get together on the second Saturday of each month, 10am-12pm. For more information, contact Debbie McKenzie, Education Centre Manager on 01480 473161
Trumpington Meadows Wildlife Watch - last Saturday of the month from 2 to 4pm
Meet at Trumpington Meadows Nature Reserve in Cambridge. They usually get together on the last Saturday of the month from 2 to 4pm over the spring, summer and autumn. For more information, please contact the team on TrumpingtonMeadows@wildlifebcn.org
Nene Valley Wildlife Watch – seasonally, usually during school holidays
Sessions will run throughout the year, either at Summer Leys Nature Reserve or at the Nene Wetlands Nature Reserve, depending on the activity. For more information, please check the events listings on the website or contact Watch Leader Juliette Butler on 07793606026 or at Juliette.email@example.com
Become a Wildlife Watch volunteer
Our Watch groups are supported by an amazing group of volunteers. If you have the skills to help young people find out more about wildlife and discover their local environment we would like to hear from you. Find out more about becoming a Wildlife Watch volunteer firstname.lastname@example.org
General Wildlife Watch enquiries
Wildlife Watch Events
Wildlife Watch Membership
Children who love nature love our Wildlife Watch membership. Our welcome pack is bursting with activities, stickers, posters and spotters guides and our seasonal Wildlife Watch magazine is worth waiting by the door for!