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Lesser horseshoe bats by John Kaczanow

Bats in our gardens

A very exciting thing takes place in our garden every now and again: a Greater Horseshoe Bat flies through. It’s awe inspiring to see those wide wings swooping past our upstairs windows or to hear…

An orange and black striped caterpillar crawls up the bright green stem of some ragwort - standing tall with bright yellow flowers

Moths and gardens need each other

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 Rowena marvels at the…

Palmate newt showing spotty underside

Newt encounters in the garden

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 Rowena examines the…

Red hawthorn berries against a blue sky

Feeding birds all year round

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 Rowena explains why it…

Yellow-barred longhorn moth on the garden hedge

It's a June jungle out there!

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 Rowena explores her '…

Cinnabar caterpillar on ragwort, Penhale

The unlikely stars of the garden?

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. Following on from Rowena's…

House sparrows enjoying their bath today - Rowena Millar

Give wildlife access to water

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 Rowena talks us through how…