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Wicken Fen’s countryside manager retires after 27 years

Wicken Fen’s countryside manager retires after 27 years

Wicken Fen’s countryside manager retires after 27 years

Martin Lester has overseen the nature reserve’s conservation work and ranger team, witnessing many changes over the years.


House of Lords visitors explore River Cam as water concerns grow

House of Lords visitors explore River Cam as water concerns grow

House of Lords visitors explore River Cam as water concerns grow

Delegation hears community concerns as Cambridge environment faces multiple threats


Friends of the Cam deliver postcards to council asking them to save river

Friends of the Cam deliver postcards to council asking them to save river

Friends of the Cam deliver postcards to council asking them to save river

Guildhall campaigners ‘call on city council to support campaign to reduce building targets in draft local plan’


Cranes, cuckoo and more thrilling encounters at Wicken Fen

Cranes, cuckoo and more thrilling encounters at Wicken Fen

Cranes, cuckoo and more thrilling encounters at Wicken Fen

Martin Walters visits the National Trust nature reserve.


Future of country park and nature reserve at Trumpington Meadows secured

Future of country park and nature reserve at Trumpington Meadows secured

Future of country park and nature reserve at Trumpington Meadows secured

The ownership of the country park and nature reserve is to be transferred to the Wildlife Trust to keep the green space available for the community.

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Thousands of ancient frog bones found at Cambridgeshire site

Thousands of ancient frog bones found at Cambridgeshire site

Thousands of ancient frog bones found at Cambridgeshire site

Archaeologists have discovered more than 8,000 amphibian bones by an Iron Age roundhouse at Bar Hill.

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Tread Lightly: A prickly subject - how to help our declining hedgehog population

Tread Lightly: A prickly subject - how to help our declining hedgehog population

Tread Lightly: A prickly subject - how to help our declining hedgehog population

Allie Birley explains how to make your garden hedgehog-friendly.


New Wandlebury walk opens as Cambridge Nature Network recovery steps up

New Wandlebury walk opens as Cambridge Nature Network recovery steps up

New Wandlebury walk opens as Cambridge Nature Network recovery steps up

Country park expands public access by 20 per cent – one of 18 environmental projects in and around city


12 Konik pony foals are finding their feet at Wicken Fen

12 Konik pony foals are finding their feet at Wicken Fen

12 Konik pony foals are finding their feet at Wicken Fen

Horses from Poland and Highland calves brought in to help manage nature reserve


Cambridge Nature Festival features 50 events to get us in touch with nature on our doorsteps

Cambridge Nature Festival features 50 events to get us in touch with nature on our doorsteps

Cambridge Nature Festival features 50 events to get us in touch with nature on our doorsteps

From guided walks to craft activities, there is something for all the family.


The results of the Cambridgeshire otter survey are in...

The results of the Cambridgeshire otter survey are in...

The results of the Cambridgeshire otter survey are in...

Caroline Fitton, of the Wildlife Trust in Cambridgeshire, reveals the findings of an extensive survey.

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The natural beauty and spectacular bird life of Extremadura in central Spain

The natural beauty and spectacular bird life of Extremadura in central Spain

The natural beauty and spectacular bird life of Extremadura in central Spain

Martin Walters enjoys vultures, storks and abundant plantlife.


Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

Fossil Free Research Oxbridge students and academics protest unrepentant oil giants’ links in university education

Campaigners at BP Institute say no energy transition is possible while investments continue

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150-year-old platypus and echidna specimens discovered which prove some mammals lay eggs

150-year-old platypus and echidna specimens discovered which prove some mammals lay eggs

150-year-old platypus and echidna specimens discovered which prove some mammals lay eggs

The specimens, collected by scientist William Caldwell, have been discovered at Cambridge’s University Museum of Zoology.


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