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Embracing the world of spiders - and take a walk on the wild side with the Wildlife Trust in Cambridgeshire

Embracing the world of spiders - and take a walk on the wild side with the Wildlife Trust in Cambridgeshire

Embracing the world of spiders - and take a walk on the wild side with the Wildlife Trust in Cambridgeshire

28 September 2021

Caroline Fitton leaps into the autumnal world of arachnids.


‘Murmurations’ plays heartstrings sweetly at Wicken Fen Nature Reserve performance

‘Murmurations’ plays heartstrings sweetly at Wicken Fen Nature Reserve performance

‘Murmurations’ plays heartstrings sweetly at Wicken Fen Nature Reserve performance

19 September 2021

Tangled Feet with writer Steve Waters presents a play – several plays, in fact – within a tour


Exploring the sights, sounds and tastes of autumn

Exploring the sights, sounds and tastes of autumn

Exploring the sights, sounds and tastes of autumn

19 September 2021

Martin Walters spots signs of the new season all around him.


‘Stop the Poonami’ say Cambridge river activists for Sewage Saturday protest on the Cam

‘Stop the Poonami’ say Cambridge river activists for Sewage Saturday protest on the Cam

‘Stop the Poonami’ say Cambridge river activists for Sewage Saturday protest on the Cam

04 September 2021

‘Fish not faeces’ campaigners call for water to be used for ‘boaters not floaters’


Second 10ft python rescued from same spot in village - and RSPCA warns there may be more snakes out there

Second 10ft python rescued from same spot in village - and RSPCA warns there may be more snakes out there

Second 10ft python rescued from same spot in village - and RSPCA warns there may be more snakes out there

01 September 2021

It is thought they were abandoned or escaped from the same place.


How Wildlife Trust and University of Cambridge are exploring climate change impact on butterflies

How Wildlife Trust and University of Cambridge are exploring climate change impact on butterflies

How Wildlife Trust and University of Cambridge are exploring climate change impact on butterflies

31 August 2021

Work will begin soon to create new areas for butterflies at reserves.


Dead tree public art on Cambridge housing development branded ‘grim metaphor for the death of nature’

Dead tree public art on Cambridge housing development branded ‘grim metaphor for the death of nature’

Dead tree public art on Cambridge housing development branded ‘grim metaphor for the death of nature’

26 August 2021

The £42k project has been condemned by environmental campaigners who say trees are dying in Cambridge due to lack of water and over development.

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Giant tortoise - previously thought to be vegetarian - is filmed in long, slow hunt of seabird chick in Seychelles

Giant tortoise - previously thought to be vegetarian - is filmed in long, slow hunt of seabird chick in Seychelles

Giant tortoise - previously thought to be vegetarian - is filmed in long, slow hunt of seabird chick in Seychelles

25 August 2021

Cambridge researchers say the behaviour has never been documented before.


The importance of insects - and the tragedy of their declining numbers

The importance of insects - and the tragedy of their declining numbers

The importance of insects - and the tragedy of their declining numbers

24 August 2021

Cambridge naturalist Martin Walters looks at the plight of insect species and why they matter so much.


Ageing cuttlefish can still remember last week’s dinner, say University of Cambridge researchers

Ageing cuttlefish can still remember last week’s dinner, say University of Cambridge researchers

Ageing cuttlefish can still remember last week’s dinner, say University of Cambridge researchers

19 August 2021

It is the first evidence of an animal with episodic memory that does not decline with age.

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Why we must be sceptical of those pushing the growth agenda for Cambridge

Why we must be sceptical of those pushing the growth agenda for Cambridge

Why we must be sceptical of those pushing the growth agenda for Cambridge

17 August 2021

Opinion | Terry Macalister says organisations are paying lip service to green issues and sustainability.

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Bringing together art, science and conservation in Cambridge

Bringing together art, science and conservation in Cambridge

Bringing together art, science and conservation in Cambridge

17 August 2021

The latest in our monthly series with Cambridge Conservation Initiative.


That’s nuts! Squirrel rescued from lamppost in Cambridge by RSPCA

That’s nuts! Squirrel rescued from lamppost in Cambridge by RSPCA

That’s nuts! Squirrel rescued from lamppost in Cambridge by RSPCA

09 August 2021

A member of the public heard the stricken animal.


Dachshund Millie rescued by firefighters from wine rack

Dachshund Millie rescued by firefighters from wine rack

Dachshund Millie rescued by firefighters from wine rack

06 August 2021

The crew rescued the stricken pooch.


Shire horses mow King’s College meadow

Shire horses mow King’s College meadow

Shire horses mow King’s College meadow

05 August 2021

The Shire horses helped cut the new meadow, which recently replaced the college’s famous neatly-manicured lawn.

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Hedgehogs injured by garden strimmers and toxic chemicals treated at Shepreth

Hedgehogs injured by garden strimmers and toxic chemicals treated at Shepreth

Hedgehogs injured by garden strimmers and toxic chemicals treated at Shepreth

04 August 2021

Hedgehog hospital issues warning to gardners


A short quack and sides today? Ducks waddle into Barton Hair Studio

A short quack and sides today? Ducks waddle into Barton Hair Studio

A short quack and sides today? Ducks waddle into Barton Hair Studio

02 August 2021

Have they gone quackers?


Cambridge residents’ ongoing vigil to protect trees at Alexandra Gardens

Cambridge residents’ ongoing vigil to protect trees at Alexandra Gardens

Cambridge residents’ ongoing vigil to protect trees at Alexandra Gardens

29 July 2021

Vow to save London plane duo set to be savagely pollarded for insurance certification


The boy and the snail

The boy and the snail

The boy and the snail

27 July 2021

Martin Walters asks: What is it about young children and snails?


Stunning Tower of Flowers celebrates five years of country park at Trumpington Meadows

Stunning Tower of Flowers celebrates five years of country park at Trumpington Meadows

Stunning Tower of Flowers celebrates five years of country park at Trumpington Meadows

23 July 2021

The community artwork features 1,000 hand-made flowers.

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