Irene and family reported seeing swallows flying over the river Inny and at Trekenner yesterday on April 5th. And later they walked down the fields along the river and saw two fieldfare and flowering wood anemones, marsh marigolds, swathes of daffodils and large patches of violets. Sheltered and balmy right down by the river where […]
~ swallows & martins, even a cuckoo. In the few days since we received our April newsletter, several more firsts have been recorded. The chiffchaffs are well and truly settled; blackcaps are singing but as far as I know, no one has yet seen a house martin or swallow. Possible cuckoo calls heard on the […]
For anyone who is interested in beavers, Devon Wildlife Trust hosted an excellent presentation about the beavers on the river Otter and the possibility of introducing them to the Culm which can be viewed from this link: https://connectingtheculm.com/beavers-for-the-culm/?utm_medium=email&_hsmi=113102625&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8c7MXBiPzqT6lAjdjVmcLERhbDe7t7RTuK2aJUYuCnuiDa1FZL10h5Apvi1LiB2zcUMm3GHpgDLr274KrOGtsiDsRFnQ&utm_content=113102625&utm_source=hs_email
The new atlas will be published in May or June and they may even be able to hold a launch party. In the meantime, to take advantage of the pre-publication offer, please download the flyer below. New Butterfly Atlas flyer pdf.
Apparently this is the world’s largest wildlife survey. Quite a few of our wildlife group take part each year but anyone can join in. Basically, you spend an hour looking at the birds in your garden or local park. You can wrap up well and go outside (take a hot drink!) or stay in the […]
This is a reminder to have your say about the Nature Recovery Plan for Cornwall, one of five areas in England chosen to trial this plan. Click on the link below to read the details but the important part is the survey where you can select your priorities and place a ‘pin’ on the county […]
Each year the Botanical Society of Britain & Ireland organises a New Year Plant Hunt between the 1st and the 4th of January. Just search for BSBI New Year Plant Hunt to find out more. Inevitably, the coastal areas do best because of the warmer climates but Gill and Katy from our group set off […]
Thank you to Mary for this review. Moths, annual review for 2020 Please download to read.
The Autumn inspection on 11th. October was a quiet affair with just me and Coral Edgumbe (social-distanced by a 10ft. Ladder – she was at the front and I brought up the rear!) looking at all the bat boxes, while Simon and Rosie Richardson went off on their own to do the Dormouse boxes. We […]
Part of the unsettled weather we are having at present is giving us pulses of warm air coming up from the south, bringing some migrants, particularly to the southern part of Cornwall. Apart from the usual trickle of Rusty-dot pearls and Dark Swordgrass, there’s always a chance of less usual species, for example the Gem […]