Living Seas

  • Join us at College Lake for a guided walk and a free treat as we say 'thank you' to people who visit a site that has been funded and supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Don't forget your National Lottery ticket or Scratchcard!

  • Join us to make your own wild winter wreath in our cosy barn at College Lake.

  • Our annual winter bird watching event at Calvert Jubilee. Come along and enjoy watching the comings and goings of migrating wildfowl in this quiet corner of Buckinghamshire.

  • Our annual winter bird watching event at Foxcote Reservoir. A great opportunity to visit this permit only site to enjoy watching the comings and goings of migrating wildfowl in this quiet corner of Buckinghamshire.

  • Join us on a guided walk around the reserve to look for signs of spring returning. Buds will be starting to burst, flowers will be starting to bloom and birds will be starting to sing. We love this time of year at College Lake and would love to share it with you.

  • Join our warden for a guided walk around the wetland habitats of College Lake to see some of the variety of wildfowl species that come to the site during winter. The walk will focus on visiting the hides to see the ducks close up and will include help with identifying the different species as well as information on the ecology of these fascinating birds.

  • Join us for a walk around this wonderful site. You will be introduced to the various habitats of College Lake as well as some of the wildlife using the site. You will also find out about how we mange the site to benefit these plants and animals.

  • All animals reproduce, and they place a high priority on it in their lives. On the other hand it requires a great deal of effort, and frequently involves considerable danger, to accomplish what is a supremely unselfish act.

  • How do you conserve 6,000 acres of green space in a city of quarter of a million people ? Twenty five percent of Milton Keynes consists of parks ,river valleys, woodland, lakes, 130 ponds along with 135 acres of wildflower meadows and 80 miles of landscaped roadside.

  • Fantastic birds with fantastic names to match the exotic jungle of Costa Rica. Alan Davies & Ruth Miller introduce us to the fabulous Keel-Billed Toucan and the Silky-Flycatcher along with many other equally charismatic birds who share this region which boasts 6 different types of forest.