Trumpington Meadows in Cambridge is the Wildlife Trust's newest nature reserve. This app takes you behind-the-scenes to get a closer look at the wildlife and history of this 58-hectare restored haven for nature. It brings to life the phrase 'Shaped by people, vital for wildlife', showcasing the array of animals and plants on the reserve as well as the historical and cultural influence of the site, from otters to poetry, flowering meadows to Saxon burial sites.
-Wildlife Guide with identification tips for the flora and fauna at the reserve, as well as the Rangers' advice on the best places to spot elusive species at different times of year. Updated seasonally and as new species make their homes on the reserve.
-'Did you know' features offer interesting wildlife facts and sources of further information.
-Species photography taken on-site by professional wildlife photographers.
-A selection of walking and riding trails with virtual Points of Interest.
-Audio bird calls.
-Stories from the rich history of the people who inhabited the site for millennia, from the Neolithic to present day.
-Inside information about the interpretive sculptures and other original artwork throughout the reserve.
-Updates on the Wildlife Trust's conservation work across the reserve, and at other nature reserves in and near Cambridge.
-Events feed for walks, talks and other activities at Trumpington Meadows.
-Opportunities to volunteer and get involved.
The Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire. Registered Charity Number 1000412. People close to nature in a land rich in wildlife