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Red Admiral Butterfly on Snowdrop Flowers

An admirable garden butterfly

Rowena Millar, Cornwall Wildlife Trust's (currently Non-Roving) Wildlife Reporter, continues to show us how to make the best of our gardens for wildlife. This week, it's all about…

Fly Agaric Mushroom

Fungi in the garden – some revelations

Rowena Millar, Cornwall Wildlife Trust's (currently Non-Roving) Wildlife Reporter, continues to show us how to make the best of our gardens for wildlife. With Autumn the perfect time to look…

Orange Fly on Blackberries

Brambles - are they garden plants?

Rowena Millar, Cornwall Wildlife Trust's (currently Non-Roving) Wildlife Reporter, continues to show us how to make the best of our gardens for wildlife. Despite it's invasive nature,…

the silhouette of a snorkeler signing "ok" as they swim through crystal clear water

National Marine Week - The round up

National marine week has long been a highlight of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust calendar. It’s a national celebration of the seas that, over the years, has morphed into a fortnight of marine…

an inconspicuous orange worm-like creature lies amongst soil. The worm is very ting and orange

Australian invaders in Cornish gardens

One of the great pleasures of having a garden is being able to look underneath pots, logs, and stones to see what living things are hiding underneath. Perhaps the most surprising things I’ve found…