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Cambridge author Helen Macdonald trains goshawk for H is for Hawk - A New Chapter on BBC Two

Cambridge author Helen Macdonald trains goshawk for H is for Hawk - A New Chapter on BBC Two

Cambridge author Helen Macdonald trains goshawk for H is for Hawk - A New Chapter on BBC Two

19 October 2017

Costa Book of the Year winner stars in Natural World TV special


British Antarctic Survey scientists use seals and robotics to unlock deep climate secrets of Southern Ocean

British Antarctic Survey scientists use seals and robotics to unlock deep climate secrets of Southern Ocean

British Antarctic Survey scientists use seals and robotics to unlock deep climate secrets of Southern Ocean

07 October 2017

Oceanographer Michael Meredith, from BAS in Cambridge, is helping to conduct the Orchestra programme.


Juvenile peregrine is shot in Cambridge

Juvenile peregrine is shot in Cambridge

Juvenile peregrine is shot in Cambridge

06 October 2017

Police appealing for information after air rifle attack on young bird of prey


How I survived a year on remote peninsula for reality show 'Eden'

How I survived a year on remote peninsula for reality show 'Eden'

How I survived a year on remote peninsula for reality show 'Eden'

02 September 2017

Cam-side resident Anton Wright talks about his epic odyssey on a remote Scottish island for Channel 4's reality TV show.


Leading plant scientist Prof Sir David Baulcombe on feeding the world and the new £30million Cambridge Centre for Crop Science

Leading plant scientist Prof Sir David Baulcombe on feeding the world and the new £30million Cambridge Centre for Crop Science

Leading plant scientist Prof Sir David Baulcombe on feeding the world and the new £30million Cambridge Centre for Crop Science

26 July 2017

Today, 925 million people across the world are undernourished.


How RSPB conservation scientists are battling to protect our wading birds before it's too late

How RSPB conservation scientists are battling to protect our wading birds before it's too late

How RSPB conservation scientists are battling to protect our wading birds before it's too late

18 July 2017

The UK's wading birds are in deep water.


The RSPB's guide to enjoying the Big Wild Sleepout

The RSPB's guide to enjoying the Big Wild Sleepout

The RSPB's guide to enjoying the Big Wild Sleepout

30 June 2017

The world is a different place in the dark, full of sounds, sights and interesting wildlife you never imagined even existed!


How Wildlife Trust is using drones to unlock wild secrets from above

How Wildlife Trust is using drones to unlock wild secrets from above

How Wildlife Trust is using drones to unlock wild secrets from above

28 June 2017

These little machines in the sky can seem slightly sinister - swooping about watching us from above, but in the hands of conservationists the use of drones is proving invaluable. Caroline Fitton of the Wildlife Trust reveals secrets from on high.


The RSPB's Hope Farm in Knapwell shows how wildlife-friendly farming really can work

The RSPB's Hope Farm in Knapwell shows how wildlife-friendly farming really can work

The RSPB's Hope Farm in Knapwell shows how wildlife-friendly farming really can work

23 May 2017

This Cambridgeshire arable farm is demonstrating that something can be done to reverse worrying declines in our farmland birds.


Toad ladders installed in Cambridge to save amphibians from death traps

Toad ladders installed in Cambridge to save amphibians from death traps

Toad ladders installed in Cambridge to save amphibians from death traps

05 May 2017

Custom-made 'toad ladders' have been installed in an area of Cambridge to help the amphibian population escape from potential death-traps.


Take part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch in Cambridgeshire

Take part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch in Cambridgeshire

Take part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch in Cambridgeshire

28 January 2017

The world's biggest garden wildlife survey sees people around the country become citizen scientists as they count the birds in their gardens for an hour between January 28 and 30, there are reasons aplenty to join in the fun on the Big Garden Birdwatch weekend.


RSPB Lakenheath Fen, Suffolk

RSPB Lakenheath Fen, Suffolk

RSPB Lakenheath Fen, Suffolk

19 September 2016

A large wetland reserve with reedbeds, grazing marshes and poplar woods.


RSPB Nene Washes

RSPB Nene Washes

RSPB Nene Washes

19 September 2016

A true birders' site - wading birds, wildfowl, birds of prey and owls.


RSPB Fowlmere

RSPB Fowlmere

RSPB Fowlmere

19 September 2016

Reedbeds, pools, woodland and a clear chalk stream.


Cambridge researcher beats worldwide competition to win dream job

Cambridge researcher beats worldwide competition to win dream job

Cambridge researcher beats worldwide competition to win dream job

06 September 2016

Spiky job but someone has to do it


Gardener takes root and celebrates 35-year career at Wimpole Hall

Gardener takes root and celebrates 35-year career at Wimpole Hall

Gardener takes root and celebrates 35-year career at Wimpole Hall

15 August 2016

Growing on him - green-fingered Phil has seen it all


Happy Grrr-thday celebrations at Shepreth Wildlife Park

Happy Grrr-thday celebrations at Shepreth Wildlife Park

Happy Grrr-thday celebrations at Shepreth Wildlife Park

05 August 2016

Visitors had a roarsome time with Amba the tiger, who turned 18 years old.


RSPB Fen Drayton Lakes: enjoy an abundance of wildlife at this huge wetland reserve

RSPB Fen Drayton Lakes: enjoy an abundance of wildlife at this huge wetland reserve

RSPB Fen Drayton Lakes: enjoy an abundance of wildlife at this huge wetland reserve

01 August 2016

This lovely reserve is a wonderful place to walk and enjoy nature.


Shepreth Wildlife Park director made chair of national zoos body

Shepreth Wildlife Park director made chair of national zoos body

Shepreth Wildlife Park director made chair of national zoos body

28 July 2016

She'll be the first woman to head the 112 member organisation in its 50 year history.


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