When his mum Lorna had to talk on the radio for work, eight-year-old Thom J and his sister Sally came along to the Great Fen to listen in - and to explore the place for themselves. Here is Thom…
This Sunday could be one of the best chances, ever, to hear the beauty of the dawn chorus!
Studying for a PhD at University of East London, Jack Clough charts his involvement in the Water Works project, the hopes being pinned on Glyceria fluitans and his own wetland journey
As work gets under way preparing land for wet farming trials in the Water Works project, there's a starring role for Sphagnum moss, with a strong supporting cast of bulrush, reeds and grain…
Water levels are high as we celebrate World Wetlands Day, an opportunity to raise awareness of the global importance of wetlands and the part we play in protecting them.
The Great Fen Restoration Manager reviews the pioneering Water Works project nine months in and reflects on its potential impact and timely relevance to the current climate crisis debate
Water levels have been relatively high on parts of the Fen, and as of the end of August, various water bodies at Rymes Reedbed continue to attract a variety of bird and insect life.
Birdfair encompasses the whole spectrum of the bird watching world whilst at the same time supporting global bird conservation, and this year the Great Fen returned to have its own stand.
Chiffchaffs singing their name (“chiff-chaff, chiff-chaff, chiff-chaff”), can now be heard in the Fen, on a sunny day; of which there have been quite a few this week
The temperature has certainly dropped, but we are still getting some bright, sunny days.