At the Cambridge Centre for Wildlife we're working hard with our research partners to help provide insight into the many issues that affect animals in their environments. Currently we're pioneering research into the effects of illegal hare coursing on wildlife and the effects hare coursing and poaching has on farmers and land owners. We're also researching into the effects the pandemic has had on wildlife. 

In addition to this we plan on researching the effects of fly tipping and urban planning has on wildlife and what we can do to help.

Active surveys

Take part in our survey on illegal hare coursing and poaching.

Active research

  • We're currently investigating the current effects wildlife crimes have on rural communities and landowners.
  • We're looking into the effects of fly-tipping on wildlife and ecosystems.
  • The effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on wildlife.
  • The difference in fox and badger populations in areas frequently used by suspected illegal fox-hunters.

How you can help

Research takes time and expertise. While we work with our partners and people in communities, we need funding to keep things going. By donating you'll be helping us in our battle for wildlife.