As promised at the meeting please see below a bit of information about the Paludiculture project beginning at the great Fen project.
And also attached is a leaflet offering opportunities to come out and help with the planting!
The Winter Walk around the Wetland was very successful!
There were 26 attendees and considering the time of year we saw quite a lot. I got most of the group smelling otter spraint, which is always a highlight for me! We also found green woodpecker droppings and saw a pigmy shrew!
All the best.
Cambridge City Greenways Project Officer
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