Choose from a lunch time stroll around the campus and lake, or lose yourself in the network of wild meadow and woodland walks in the park’s managed nature reserve.
Our nature reserve is in part looked after by the wonderful people from the Wildlife Trust. Dedicated to improving life for wildlife and people together, the Trust helps with everything from maintaining our woodland and walks to providing information boards on the local wildlife.
Alongside our busy business and tech occupiers is another hardworking community: our colony of bees. Our current hives are occupied by bees provided by Cambridge Bee Association with a new colony due to join them later in the year.
Discover your inner twitcher from our carefully camouflaged watchers’ hide. Strategically located at the edge of the nature reserve’s wild lake you’ll be able to observe an array of all-year-round feathered residents as well as some rarer winter visitors.
The park’s richly varied natural and managed environment is home to a wide variety of birds. Wander around the campus and you’ll often spot several types of wagtail, blackbirds, song thrushes and wrens. The park’s lakes attract a wide range of water birds including greylag geese, Canada geese, moorhens, coots and great crested grebes.
As well as the abundant green open spaces surrounding the park’s campus lake, the nature reserve boasts a hefty acreage of natural meadows. These are managed as natural spaces with a variety of wild grasses and flowers providing a habitat for butterflies and other insects.