• Great news for Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places!

    Friday 27th July, 2018

    We did it! Thanks to an online campaign and some hard work behind the scenes, Cornwall's wildlife and wild places now have more protection.

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  • Bats, birds and butterflies in peaceful wildlife garden

    Wednesday 25th July, 2018

    With an emphasis on wildlife gardening, Trenarth is a regular favourite with visitors to Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s Open Gardens scheme, and they will be opening again for the Trust on Sunday, August 5th.

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  • Rare Damselfly discovered on The Lizard

    Friday 20th July, 2018

    A species of damselfly thought to have never previously occurred in Cornwall has been discovered at a site near St Keverne on The Lizard peninsula. This has been verified by staff at Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s wildlife recording centre ERCCIS.

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  • Discover Cornwall’s colourful marine wildlife with National Marine Week!

    Friday 13th July, 2018

    Cornwall Wildlife Trust is celebrating Cornwall’s extraordinary marine life with two full weeks of fun and inspiring marine events across the county as part of National Marine Week, which runs from Saturday 28th July 28th to Sunday 12th August.

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  • Wildlife encouraged at farm garden

    Tuesday 10th July, 2018

    Trevoole Farm garden in Praze-an-Beeble closed to visitors years ago but is re-opening, and with the garden now encouraging wildlife and nature wherever possible it has chosen to open for the Cornwall Wildlife Trust on Sunday 22nd July.

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  • Cornish record breakers spend June going wild

    Thursday 5th July, 2018

    Over 1,500 Cornish people are record breakers. They all took part in ‘30 Days Wild’, a national month-long nature challenge organised locally by Cornwall Wildlife Trust.

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  • The good life for wildlife at Meadowside

    Thursday 28th June, 2018

    Meadowside, a six-acre smallholding in Redruth, is an excellent example of the “good life” and managed with wildlife in mind, it attracts hedgehogs, rabbits, and a large variety of birds and insects.

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  • New campaign to protect wildlife at sea

    Thursday 21st June, 2018

    Cornwall Wildlife Trusts are calling on everyone to join a giant wave of support for 41 new Marine Conservation Zones

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  • Beavers breeding in Cornwall!

    Monday 18th June, 2018

    Cornwall Beaver Project announced some fantastic news last week with the arrival of at least two kits (juvenile beavers) at the 5 acre fenced site at Woodland Valley Farm in Ladock near Truro. These are the first beavers to be born in Cornwall for over 400 years!

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  • Bat expert benefits from fund

    Monday 18th June, 2018

    Local bat expert Rick Payne has received a grant through Cornwall Wildlife Trust which will enable him to record bat species in Cornwall and to assist in teaching members of the public how to use bat detectors.

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