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Pythagoras is the star of tortoise cam to help St Mary’s School pupils during lockdown

Pythagoras is the star of tortoise cam to help St Mary’s School pupils during lockdown

Pythagoras is the star of tortoise cam to help St Mary’s School pupils during lockdown

29 May 2020

Pythag is a hit online


Parkland at Cambridgeshire's Wimpole Hall and Anglesey Abbey to reopen

Parkland at Cambridgeshire's Wimpole Hall and Anglesey Abbey to reopen

Parkland at Cambridgeshire's Wimpole Hall and Anglesey Abbey to reopen

29 May 2020

Full details of all the National Trust parkland and gardens that are reopening and how to book online to visit.


‘We need to change our relationship with nature’ says Over-based wildlife writer

‘We need to change our relationship with nature’ says Over-based wildlife writer

‘We need to change our relationship with nature’ says Over-based wildlife writer

27 May 2020

David Chandler celebrates role of volunteers in conservation and animal care


Vote for the best eco-composter created by Cambridge students

Vote for the best eco-composter created by Cambridge students

Vote for the best eco-composter created by Cambridge students

21 May 2020

11 entries were selected from a wide pool of inventive and useful designs.


Book Warren event showcases the dragonfly, which have eyes with 28,652 lenses

Book Warren event showcases the dragonfly, which have eyes with 28,652 lenses

Book Warren event showcases the dragonfly, which have eyes with 28,652 lenses

08 May 2020

Wildlife guide and nature writer David Chandler will discuss his work at virtual talk on May 9


Innovation for conservation as rhinos battle for survival

Innovation for conservation as rhinos battle for survival

Innovation for conservation as rhinos battle for survival

07 May 2020

How Cambridge is working with Helping Rhinos to save species


Increasing Cambridge's tree canopy and the great ash hunt

Increasing Cambridge's tree canopy and the great ash hunt

Increasing Cambridge's tree canopy and the great ash hunt

29 April 2020

More planting, shadeways for cyclists and a search for ash trees. The Cambridge Canopy Project has a list of plans to make the city greener.


A Cambridgeshire lockdown bursting with colour and sound

A Cambridgeshire lockdown bursting with colour and sound

A Cambridgeshire lockdown bursting with colour and sound

29 April 2020

Martin Walters has been enjoying the sounds of wildlife - often missed when life is busier than in the current lockdown.


Public asked for ideas for new Cambridge Great Park

Public asked for ideas for new Cambridge Great Park

Public asked for ideas for new Cambridge Great Park

14 April 2020

Campaigners who want to create a new Cambridge Great Park to protect green belt land are asking the public to add their own ideas to their map


How to become a backyard astronomer

How to become a backyard astronomer

How to become a backyard astronomer

10 April 2020

It’s never been a better time to turn your gaze heavenwards as the pollution clears from the skies making the view crystal clear


Searching for a rare silhouette during a trip to Breckland

Searching for a rare silhouette during a trip to Breckland

Searching for a rare silhouette during a trip to Breckland

19 March 2020

Martin Walters goes in search of a rare bird... and finds it over the border in Norfolk.


Creating a new wet farming system in the Great Fen

Creating a new wet farming system in the Great Fen

Creating a new wet farming system in the Great Fen

03 March 2020

Caroline Fitton, of the Wildlife Trust, explains why sphagnum has a starring role.


University of Cambridge removes bird netting and ‘unreservedly apologises’

University of Cambridge removes bird netting and ‘unreservedly apologises’

University of Cambridge removes bird netting and ‘unreservedly apologises’

28 February 2020

Conservationist Chris Packham was among those who condemned use of the nets.

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Chris Packham condemns bird netting installed on trees for University of Cambridge as ‘absolutely outrageous’

Chris Packham condemns bird netting installed on trees for University of Cambridge as ‘absolutely outrageous’

Chris Packham condemns bird netting installed on trees for University of Cambridge as ‘absolutely outrageous’

28 February 2020

Extinction Rebellion has removed some of it under cover of darkness.


Cambourne Village College pupils and volunteers help plant hedgerow around Great Cambourne cricket pitch

Cambourne Village College pupils and volunteers help plant hedgerow around Great Cambourne cricket pitch

Cambourne Village College pupils and volunteers help plant hedgerow around Great Cambourne cricket pitch

28 February 2020

The town council received a grant from South Cambs District Council to fund the hedgerow.

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Helping to save the lives of Cambridge’s threatened population of toads

Helping to save the lives of Cambridge’s threatened population of toads

Helping to save the lives of Cambridge’s threatened population of toads

22 February 2020

A wildlife group is doing its best to make life less hazardous for the county’s toads, including installing special ladders.


‘I seek to absent my species’, says Ahuman Manifesto author at ARU launch

‘I seek to absent my species’, says Ahuman Manifesto author at ARU launch

‘I seek to absent my species’, says Ahuman Manifesto author at ARU launch

13 February 2020

Radical writer, activist and academic calls for a full stop in humanity’s story


Call for new Cambridge Great Park to protect green spaces

Call for new Cambridge Great Park to protect green spaces

Call for new Cambridge Great Park to protect green spaces

06 February 2020

A retired architect has launched a campaign to create a new great park that would be enjoyed for generations to come and help biodiversity projects

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Spotting a merlin provides some magic on the Norfolk coast

Spotting a merlin provides some magic on the Norfolk coast

Spotting a merlin provides some magic on the Norfolk coast

29 January 2020

Martin Walters reveals some of the sightings during his trip to the north Norfolk coast


King’s College Cambridge to create wildflower meadow on its famous chapel lawn

King’s College Cambridge to create wildflower meadow on its famous chapel lawn

King’s College Cambridge to create wildflower meadow on its famous chapel lawn

26 January 2020

The most famous view in the city will be transformed into a riot of colour

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