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Sweet lockdown rambles and spacious reveries

This week is International Biodiversity Week, as well as Mental Health Awareness Week. Confined to our homes, gardens and ‘local…

Cambridge Canopy Project Survey

Cambridge Canopy Project aims to increase the number of trees in the city. There are currently more than 300,000┬átrees in…

Garden Dragon Watch 2020

Garden Dragon Watch is Amphibian and Reptile┬áConservation’s garden herpetofauna (reptile and amphibian) survey. Gardens can provide important habitats for reptiles…

Red List Revival Life on Land Awards

Today sees the announcement of the 2019 Life on Land Awards by Redlist Revival. This up-and-coming charity focuses on involving…

The Life Scientific with Prof. Debbie Pain

Prof Debbie Pain works in the University of Cambridge Conservation Science Group, and was this week’s guest on the BBC…

Bats in Churches Citizen Science

The Bat Conservation Trust’s Bats in Churches project are looking for volunteers to take part in their new citizen science…

Indoor wildlife watching

There are lots of wildlife webcams up and running this spring. If you can’t get out much, or just want…

Rare River Dragon in Danger

The British Dragon Fly Society have recently published a report on their three year citizen science project to hunt for…

Endangered Landscape Programme Annual Review

Managed by CCI and funded by Arcadia Fund, the Endangered Landscape Programme (ELP) has a range of projects across Europe…

Froglife News

Froglife have a new version of their Dragon Finder app- a great way to identify and record sightings of amphibians…