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Managing Cherry Hinton Brook: balancing wildlife, recreation and public access

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Sue Wells and Monica Frisch, members of the Friends of Cherry Hinton Brook, will talk about this chalk stream and the adjacent lakes and associated wildlife, the work underway to improve the brook as a habitat and the challenges of balancing wildlife interests with the need for space for public access and recreation in this important green corridor in Cambridge.

This talk is part of the Cambridge Natural History Society series.

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