Join us for this free guided walk at Holme Fen led by one of the site's reserve managers to discover the reserve's history, management and wildlife.
Holme Fen is managed by Natural England and consists of pure birch woodland and heathland habitats. It's home to a variety of wildlife, including birds, dragonflies, marsh plants and fungi, designating it a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI).
Meet at the Holme Fen Posts, Holme Fen National Nature Reserve, PE7 3XZ (Grid reference: TL 2026 8941. What3words: animator.helpful.chase)
Additional event details will be provided via email after booking.
This event has been organised by the New Life on the Old West (NLOW) project. The NLOW project is delivering wildlife habitat enhancements in green spaces and the surrounding countryside in the Cambridgeshire Fens. Through a diverse series of events and a dynamic volunteering programme, we’re building a stronger connection between people’s green space assets and the biodiversity on their doorstep. For more information visit our website or get in touch!