tree planting event

An amazing start for the tree planting at Logan’s Meadow this weekend. Over fifty trees planted with more days of planting planned for next weekend too. (11th and 12th Dec) It...

people pulling reeds in lake

The volunteers tackled the somewhat unenviable task of clearing areas of the lake at Paradise nature reserve. This job can be a little on the cold side but nonetheless essential work...

lime kiln

The volunteers dabbled in a different kind of conservation at West Pit reserve recently. A little clearance of over growing scrub revealed the remains of the old Lime kiln. There are...

Helvella crispa fungi

Autumn does have a certain magic, doesn’t it? Look at these beautiful fungi, all found on our local nature reserves. Why not try and discover some yourself this weekend?     ...

People clearing brambles

The Conservation volunteers were working hard to create a possible new habitat for Water voles at Logan’s Meadow reserve this month. The ditch which runs parallel to the footbridge has become...

Willow weaving

The woodland flora at Paradise nature reserve has been damaged by excess footfall during Covid times. As a move to establish and encourage recovery the Conservation volunteers and members of The...

Logan’s Meadow nature reserve was the venue for our latest Moth and Bat night. Some great Moth species were found, particularly exciting the Fen Wainscot moth, which indicates that the reserve...

Elephant hawk moths

Have you got time to spare this weekend for a few of our flying friends? Saturday 24th there is a Moth and Bat night happening at Logan’s Meadow reserve, meeting at...

Wenvoe Meadow in Cherry Hinton was officially opened today by the mayor Russ McPherson. This new wildlife site, owned by the City Council has been managed with biodiversity in mind. A...

Meadow with wildflowers

We are so lucky to live in a city where meadows are very accessible. It’s National Meadow day this Saturday 3rd July https://www.plantlife.org.uk/uk/discover-wild-plants-nature/national-meadows-day so why not enjoy this beautiful habitat, immerse...