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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,…

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…

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…