Dive into the woods: a guide to forest bathing
Cornwall Wildlife Trust Blog
by Scott Marsden
1w ago
The Japanese practice of 'Shinrin Yoku' or 'forest bathing' has been shown to bring you calm, boosting physical and mental health. Cornwall Wildlife Trust offers a guide to get you started ..read more
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The election results are in! So, what’s next for nature?
Cornwall Wildlife Trust Blog
by The Wildlife Trusts
1w ago
Throughout the election campaign, it became clear that people know that our natural world is in crisis and want politicians to make the bold and ambitious commitments to reverse the decline. So with the results now in, what does it mean for nature ..read more
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Cornwall Wildlife Trust march with 60,000 at Restore Nature Now
Cornwall Wildlife Trust Blog
by Milly Bannister
2w ago
On Saturday 22 June Cornwall Wildlife joined more than 60,000 people and over 350 charities, businesses and action groups to march through central London to parliament. We had one simple message to all the UK’s political parties – Restore Nature Now ..read more
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There’s still time to stand up for nature
Cornwall Wildlife Trust Blog
by Chloe Morecroft
3w ago
The general election is coming up fast and now is the time to add your voice to the call for nature. There’s still time to sign our open letter demanding our next elected MPs to take serious action for nature and to create a Cornwall where nature thrives ..read more
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How to spot a temperate rainforest
Cornwall Wildlife Trust Blog
by Chloe Morecroft
2M ago
Walking through one of these rainforests can be like walking through another world, but how do you know when you have actually found one? Read our blog to find out what sets these forests apart from the rest ..read more
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Bringing back the green - restoring Cornwall’s temperate rainforests
Cornwall Wildlife Trust Blog
by Chloe Morecroft
2M ago
Long ago, temperate rainforests used to thrive across Cornwall and were home to a huge range of amazing biodiversity. Now we want to restore these amazing habitats. But what exactly IS a temperate rainforest ..read more
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Calling all green-fingered individuals!
Cornwall Wildlife Trust Blog
by Sam Lucock
2M ago
Cornwall Wildlife Trust’s blooming marvellous Open Gardens programme has been in operation for over a decade – and we now have the exciting opportunity for new volunteer coordinators to help us orchestrate these popular events ..read more
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A spring update from Looe Island Nature Reserve
Cornwall Wildlife Trust Blog
by Claire Lewis
3M ago
Looe Island Warden Claire Lewis shares some exciting spring sightings, such as chiffchaffs, butterflies and hawkmoths ..read more
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All eyes on the horizon – now’s the time of year to spot Humpback whales
Cornwall Wildlife Trust Blog
by Rebecca Payne
6M ago
All around the Cornish coast between November and March, it’s worth keeping an eye out to sea – as, if you are very lucky, you may encounter an experience that will take your breath away ..read more
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Wildlife Photography Competition 2023 People's Choice Award winner - story behind the winning shot
Cornwall Wildlife Trust Blog
by Rebecca Payne
8M ago
The winner of the People’s Choice Award for our Wildlife Photography Competition 2023 was Andy Maher with his image of a kestrel taken in Kenneggy Cove last July ..read more
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