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How Wildlife Trust youth rangers have been aiding Cambridgeshire care home

How Wildlife Trust youth rangers have been aiding Cambridgeshire care home

How Wildlife Trust youth rangers have been aiding Cambridgeshire care home

Caroline Fitton also explains what the trust wants to see from COP26.


It’s tree planting season, what are you waiting for?

It’s tree planting season, what are you waiting for?

It’s tree planting season, what are you waiting for?

Matthew Ling explains how you can get involved in Cambridge Canopy Project.


Climate change caused extinction of woolly mammoths, University of Cambridge scientists prove

Climate change caused extinction of woolly mammoths, University of Cambridge scientists prove

Climate change caused extinction of woolly mammoths, University of Cambridge scientists prove

Prof Eske Willerslev led extraordinary research that sequenced DNA from soil samples to solve the mystery.

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Hear starlings performing an extraordinary imitation

Hear starlings performing an extraordinary imitation

Hear starlings performing an extraordinary imitation

Martin Walters describes his visit to North Norfolk, complete with curlews and a red-throated diver.


Greater Cambridge Partnership criticised for plans to install bird netting

Greater Cambridge Partnership criticised for plans to install bird netting

Greater Cambridge Partnership criticised for plans to install bird netting

The netting is due to go up on a Cambridge jetty next week.

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Can you spot a walrus from space? How to help British Antarctic Survey and WWF with citizen science project

Can you spot a walrus from space? How to help British Antarctic Survey and WWF with citizen science project

Can you spot a walrus from space? How to help British Antarctic Survey and WWF with citizen science project

They need your help to browse satellite images.


Invasive species can leave lake ecosystems on brink of collapse, say Cambridge researchers

Invasive species can leave lake ecosystems on brink of collapse, say Cambridge researchers

Invasive species can leave lake ecosystems on brink of collapse, say Cambridge researchers

The scientists also offer advice on the management of bodies of water.


What’s the pull of magnet fishing? A Cam regular explains the attraction...

What’s the pull of magnet fishing? A Cam regular explains the attraction...

What’s the pull of magnet fishing? A Cam regular explains the attraction...

Popular activity helps river to breathe, explains Richard Leech, one of the original fans of the outdoor pursuit

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Rare bat spotted hanging around at The Perse School

Rare bat spotted hanging around at The Perse School

Rare bat spotted hanging around at The Perse School

Barbastelles have not been recorded in Cambridgeshire before.


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

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

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

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

‘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

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


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