• Cows on Sheep's Green, Coe Fen
  • Lime Kiln

Just when you think you’ve found the most beautiful one, another catches your eye. Leaves are pretty spectacular at the moment. What is it about collecting them too? Like shells on the beach, another perfectly designed natural distraction to help ease our lock down stresses. Not to mention the fungi that’s popping up on all the reserves, reminding us of a whole underworld of activity going on in the soil below.   Mushrooms spotted on Stourbridge Common Did you know that deciduous trees physically need a dormancy time…

Did you know that chalk streams are quite unique and precious habitats, due to their particular water quality, temperature and Oxygen levels? They provide a specialist habitat for certain species which is globally rare. Did you also know that 85% of chalk streams are found in the UK and most of these in the South and South East of England and some of them are found right here in Cambridge? In response to this a specialist analysis of our local chalk streams has been commissioned by the City…

Cambridge City Council and the newly formed Friend’s of Logan’s Meadow are embarking on a project to more than double the size of Logan’s Meadow Local Nature Reserve. This will contribute to Natural Cambridgeshire’s ‘Doubling Nature’ vision. https://cambridgeshirepeterborough-ca.gov.uk/assets/Uploads/Doubling-Nature-A-Natural-Vision-low-res.pdf This change also has the potential to address the biodiversity and climate change emergencies declared by the City Council and help with the Council’s ambition to increase the City’s tree canopy cover. It’s important to hear local views about how the space is used, how you would like to see…