Cornwall Wildlife Trust
We are part of The Wildlife Trusts - a nationwide grassroots movement that believes we need nature and it needs us.
More than 17,000 members and 1,000 volunteers across our county help us to protect Cornwall's nature and make wildlife part of life, for everyone
About us Responding to Coronavirus
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…
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Open Garden events for 2023 have been cancelled. In this online Open Gardens series, we will be…
Nature in Lockdown - in conversation with Helen Glover
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Baby dolphin washes ashore alive at Holywell Bay
Beachgoers and lifeguards at Holywell beach in Cornwall were amazed and saddened by the discovery of a tiny baby dolphin struggling in…
Cornwall Marine BioBlitz - Get outside and record your sightings for National Marine Week
Our seas are mysterious and exciting places. Have you seen a bottlenose dolphin jumping clear of the water? Have you come face to face…
Kennall Vale - Coronavirus Side Effects on Nature
The experience of lockdown and removal of the freedoms we all took for granted, has led many of us searching for new things to do. This…
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