The Great Fen blogs are written in a wide range of styles by a wide range of people.
We hope you enjoy reading them... but how about writing one yourself?
If you feel you have something you would like to say about the Great Fen, something that might be of interest to visitors of this website, please contact us.
From this page you can browse through all the recent Great Fen blogs.
There are contributions of different types and styles, from volunteers as well as staff. But we would be delighted to publish writing from a wide range of fen folk... visitors, locals, supporters of all kinds. If you feel you have something you would like to say about the Great Fen, something that might be of interest to visitors of this website, please contact us.
Rosie is the Great Fen Wildlife Conservation Volunteer
My Last Blog 23 February 2017
A volunteers winter toolkit 23 January 2017
Land Restoration at Countryside Centre 12 December 2016
A gate by any other name 25 September 2016
Real Live Wetland Management 18 August 2016
Henry is the Great Fen Ecology and Recording Officer
Raptors and more in the Great Fen 19 January 2017
World Wetlands Day and beyond 9 February 2016
Diving into colder weather 11 January 20
Creatures of the night 23 December 2015
What’s on the wing in Great Fen? 8 December 2015
Sue is chairperson of the Great Fen Archaeology Group
The Spitfire Excavation 20 October 2015
Andrew is Secretary of the Great Fen Local Group
Its my way...or the Rothschild Way! 6 July 2015
Louise is the Great Fen Education and Community Manager
Calum is a Volunteer Ranger and keen naturalist.
The Great Fen, wildlife and me! 19 January 2015
Birding at the Great Fen 28 April 2015
John joined the team in early 2015 as Great Fen Volunteer Reserves Officer
Gaining experience 9 April 2015
Greg joined the team in early 2015 as Great Fen Volunteer Reserves Officer
Joining the team 9 April 2015
Andy Mason worked at Woodwalton Fen for 38 years and has become part of the 'Masons Dynasty'
Mason's Drive 12 February 2015
A fen birder's log
Filip was a Volunteer Reserves Officer during 2014-15.
Chainsaw 16 January 2015
The Great Water Vole Survey. 4 August 2014
Without knowing I was learning. 16 May 2014
Until 2014, Alan was Senior Reserves manager for the two National Nature Reserves that are part of the Great Fen.
Warden's parting words. 14 January 2015
Warden goes wild. 22 September 2014
Hooligans, milkmaids and long-horns. 25 May 2014
Early spring on the fen. 31 March 2014
Alistair is the Great Fen Education and Community Officer
Looking forward to a Viking 'Adventure'. 7 January 2015
The day we went to Greenwich 12 December 2014
What a way to spend a Saturday! 6 October 2014.
Barrie and his wife Tricia are Volunteer Rangers. They also help to monitor birds on the Great Fen.
Christmas trees. 26 December 2014
Wondering about Hen Harriers. 9 August 2014
Residents and migrants. 6 May 2014
Gold and Silver. 26 December 2013
The Great Fen Volunteer Rangers are the face of Great Fen at the weekends.
The Great Fen Poem 6 November 2014
Lauren is the Great Fen Interpretation and Community Officer.
Digging for gold! 6 August 2015
Painting a thousand words. 25 September 2014
Mandy is Great Fen Admin and Volunteer Officer
My Life at the Great Fen. 12 August 2014
Alan is the volunteer who looks after the Great Fen History Group's archive.
A History Group Blog 31 July 14
Helen joined the Great Fen Team as Volunteer Reserves Officer in Spring 2013.
39 and a half miles behind us! 28 July 14
Matt is a volunteer ranger and keen photographer of the Great Fen.
See Wildlife. 7 August 2015
What I love about the natural world. 7 July 2014
Josh was the Great Fen's Ecology and Recording Officer during 2014 and 2015.