The Hinxton institute will sequence 66,000 UK species for the Darwin Tree of Life Project
The Natural Cambridgeshire Local Nature Partnership is committed to making Cambridgeshire a more attractive, healthy and biodiverse place in which to live, work and play.
Fauna & Flora International is working to help Siamese crocodiles
County's carbon emissions revealed as scientists at Scott Polar Research Institute issue global warning
Site 10 miles north of Cambridge is safeguarding fens' most endangered species
Escaping the unusual recent heatwave, we spent a few glorious days on the Norfolk coast where we were refreshed by the purer sea air and slightly lower temperatures – a welcome respite from the pollen-laden, polluted air of Cambridge’s traffic-clogged streets.
Naturalist and Springwatch presenter meets Nature Friendly Farming Network chairman Martin Lines in Eltisley
Summer brings out the butterflies. Or does it? Have you seen any in your garden, and if so, then which species? Chris Packham recently reported not finding any in his garden and it does sometimes seem that there are fewer around than in bygone years. So what are the facts? There have certainly been declines in many of our once familiar species, but also a few, including red admiral and comma, that have bucked this trend and become commoner.
Swifts have arrived and will stay with us until mid-July.
A veterinary referral clinic in Wimpole specialising in orthopaedic surgery for small animals has opened its doors.
Trust to observe species along a different part of the corridor
International team's Thwaites Glacier research will focus on catastropic ice melt damage