We have continued with limited CNHS field studies over the summer, but these have been restricted to a group of six, so CNHS members have had first call.
With the restriction on numbers for events, regular notification of them only goes to members, so do consider joining the CNHS.
The restrictions will mean that there cannot be any CNHS meetings at the DAB this autumn, and we are planning zoom meetings as an alternative. Again these may need to be limited to members only.
The latest edition of Nature in Cambridgeshire was published in June and contains a wide range of articles and reports on local natural history. These cover microfungi, flora and bryophytes and the Devil’s Ditch, Fen Ragwort, Spotted Flycatchers, Adders and Slow Worms, Coe Fen, the Violet Carpenter Bee and Arthur’s Meadow amongst other topics. See http://www.natureincambridgeshire.org.uk/index.html for information about the publication.