The Kingfishers Bridge Nature Reserve is the brain child of ethusiastic and pioneering former fenland farmer, Andrew Green
Andrew began farming the area east of the river Cam in the 1960s and fell in love with the area and it's wildlife, building his family a home at the site in the 1970s. Living and farming on the area Andrew saw great potential to develope the area for wildlife, using the River Cam as a wildlife coridor to draw new species in and he bagan working with Roger Becroft to make his vision a reality in the 1990's
Andrew has always played a key role in the developement and management of Kingfishers Bridge, displaying time and again the same pioneering approaches to challenges and obstacles that made his farming enterprises such a success. From wildlife surveying and habitat maintenence to leading guided walks and educational groups, Andrew continues to play a vital role in making Kingfishers Bridge a sanctuary for Wildlife and raising awareness of the imporatance of the natural world around us for the next geneeration.