• Cows on Sheep's Green, Coe Fen
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The first of the hedgehog survey nights kicked off at Bramblefields nature reserve in Chesterton. There was a good turn out on what was a relatively wet and windy night. Paul Wyer from the Wildlife Trust gave a really interesting talk about hedgehogs, their decline in numbers and what we can do about combating this. We then we headed off around the reserve armed with the thermal imaging camera and lots of torches. A false alarm happened twice, having seen something warm on the thermal camera we all…

A fun day was had when staff from World Pay came for some Corporate responsibility time out on the nature reserves. Most came down from London for the day and were more than happy to forget about stifling hot tube trains and instead indulge themselves in a bit of bramble removal and raking up!! The day was finished off with a pond dip which didn’t disappoint, as baby newts and dragonfly larvae delighted our hard-working visitors. Thank you World Pay staff it was a great day! Find out…

During the summer holidays we will be surveying for hedgehogs in the city’s green spaces. The aim is to firstly ascertain where our hedgehogs are present and also where more connectivity is needed for them. The surveys will be happening at night on the following dates: Aug 14th, 21st Aug, 28th Aug and 4th Sept. Working in partnership with the Wildlife Trust there will be a short introductory talk about hedgehogs and then using a thermal imaging camera and torches we will go looking for hedgehogs in the…