• Keeping an eye (and an ear) out for local dolphins

    Wednesday 16th November, 2016

    This summer, Cornwall Wildlife Trust collaborated with local businesses Chelonia Ltd and Atlantic Diving Newquay, plus volunteer groups, to undertake exciting new research into local dolphin populations using the latest technology. As a result of this work, there is real hope that biologists will be able to more easily monitor, understand and ultimately protect these special animals in Cornwall’s waters.

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  • Christmas advert will bring joy and nature to children

    Thursday 10th November, 2016

    John Lewis Christmas Advert 2016

    The Wildlife Trusts are John Lewis's Christmas charity partner

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  • Wildlife Friendly Businesses Receive Coveted Accolades

    Tuesday 8th November, 2016

    Four Cornish tourism businesses have been celebrated for their impressive contributions to Cornwall’s wildlife, by winning in the Wildlife Friendly Business Award category at the Cornwall Tourism Awards 2016.

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  • Wild Cornwall Photo Competition

    Monday 7th November, 2016

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust is running a photo competition to be featured in their renowned Wild Cornwall calendar. The calendar raises money to support the Trust’s important work protecting Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places.

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  • Race to protect Cornwall’s wildlife

    Monday 7th November, 2016

    The race is on to raise funds to protect Cornwall’s wildlife with runners from all over the county taking part in the annual Race for Wildlife on Sunday 4th December in Penwith.

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  • Wear Your Wellies For Wildlife!

    Wednesday 26th October, 2016

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust is encouraging people to ‘Wear Your Wellies For Wildlife’ – a fun opportunity to help raise money for its important work protecting Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places.

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  • First ever Southwest Bottlenose Dolphin Forum being held in Cornwall

    Tuesday 25th October, 2016

    This weekend, experts from all over the UK and Europe are coming together in Cornwall to celebrate one of our most iconic species, with the first ever Southwest Bottlenose Dolphin Forum taking place on Saturday 29th October at the University of Exeter, Penryn Campus. Organised by Cornwall Wildlife Trust, in partnership with the University’s Marine Ecology Conservation Network (MECN), this ground-breaking event will bring together experts, volunteers and the public to action the conservation of Cornwall’s enigmatic dolphins by stepping up research programmes and getting our local population on Britain’s wildlife map.

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  • Gardens grow record funds!

    Thursday 20th October, 2016

    Over £12,400 has been raised through the Open Gardens scheme run by Cornwall Wildlife Trust, making it an amazing record breaking year. This money will go towards the Trust’s ongoing work to protect Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places.

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  • Inspirational adventurer to speak at Trust Discovery Day

    Wednesday 5th October, 2016

    Inspirational sea kayak adventurer Erin Bastian is guest speaker at Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s 2016 Discovery Day which has a distinctly watery accent to it, on November 5th at Falmouth University.

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  • New national report calls for seven new marine protected areas off Cornish coast

    Friday 30th September, 2016

    Today, The Wildlife Trusts publish a new report, ‘The case for more Marine Conservation Zones’. The report identifies 48 areas at sea that, seven of which are off Cornish shores, which if designated, will complete an ecologically coherent network of special places where habitats and wildlife can flourish to safeguard healthy and productive seas for the future.

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