The 3rd online NatHistFest exhibits

Because of the coronavirus pandemic it was again not possible to hold our usual Conversazione in the spring. However we have put together the Third Online NatHistFest with displays from some of our members and local organisations.

Each exhibit has its own webpage – just click on the links below to go to each exhibit, which will open in a new tab. This page will stay open.


Louise Bacon Late autumn in the woods

Cambridge Conservation Volunteers CCV at 60

Cambridge Nature Network The Cambridge Nature Network – a nature recovery network and spatial plan for nature in Cambridge

Cambridgeshire and Peterborough Amphibian and Reptile Group

Cambridgeshire Geological Society Geodiversity and local geoconservation

Richard Dowsett Views from Harrold-Odell Country Park

Friends of Cherry Hinton Brook Cherry Hinton Brook – a hidden wildlife gem in Cambridge

Monica Frisch Pictures of the natural world

Froglife Life after Minerals: Lunar Landscape to SSSI

Bob Jarman The Nature of Cambridge

Dr Gwenda Kyd PLANT VOCs The smell of communication, attraction and defence

Paul Rule A garden full of wildlife

Jonathan Shanklin The Backs: The CNHS field studies area for 2022

Small-life Supplies BUFF ERMINE CATERPILLARS – fast and furry!