The month of June has brought vandalised viewpoints and mournfully low moth numbers, but the Fen is still 'Great' in more ways than one.
Helen Bailey shares some of the changes she has seen during her time at the Great Fen whilst working as a Restoration/Reserves Officer.
Tristan Colaco, Natural England Reserve Warden, looks at the impact that the extremely wet winter has had on Woodwalton Fen NNR
In March 2021, the Water Works partnership was honoured to be invited to present at the Greifswald Mire Centre virtual conference, RRR2021, focused on renewable resources from wet and rewetted…
It's 50 years since the international designation of important wetlands began, and what a year to highlight their contribution to the quantity and quality of freshwater on our planet!
Sarah Lambert, of the Peterborough Local Group of the Wildlife Trust BCN, looks forward to the year ahead and favourite species hoped to be found once more at Holme Fen NNR.
The arrival of Christmas 2020 marked the end of Martin Parsons' tenure as Great Fen Voluntary Officer. So what did that involve and what has he been doing?
Stonechats were up on the higher ground, relatively speaking, during the Christmas floods, but life goes on during lockdown.
The autumn planting period at the Great Fen Water Works project reaches a successful conclusion
The story of our research into stonechat movements, within and beyond the Great Fen, continues.