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
‘Good conservation depends on good science.’
An evidence-based approach has long been one of our core values, underpinning all our work and featuring as a key point in our very…
New Life on the Old West
We are involved with Cambridgeshire ACRE in developing a new conservation project on the Old West river in Cambridgeshire. You can help…
Project WILDside - Autumn Update
Ryan Clark, WILDside Project Coordinator, gives us an update on this exciting project
Homes for the 'sleepy ones'
The word dormouse translates literally as 'sleepy one'. Find out more about how we are helping them to be more comfortable on…
See our reserves from the air
Use of a drone has enabled us to capture dramatic videos of our reserves
The technical side of bat surveying
Unlike most other species bats require some technical kit to successfully determine which bats are using our nature reserves