“At the beginning of the Coronavirus lockdown Cornwall Wildlife Trust realised we needed to be there for wildlife, wildlife lovers and those isolating at home. Without the ability to venture too far, we acted fast to provide things to see, do, read, watch and make from home that would maintain a connection with nature.

 10 weeks in we have countless supporters building hedgehog homes, sending in pictures of wildlife they have seen in their gardens, engaging with online talks and generally appreciating Cornwall’s wildlife in new and deeper ways. We have a good mix of activities for families, activities for adults (although the adults very much seem to enjoy the children’s activities too!), in depth video discussions, blog posts, spotter guides and worksheets.”

 Please visit this link to view the activities and ideas: www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk/coronavirus

 If anyone would like to share what they have been up to, Cornwall Wildlife Trust would love to hear from you by email or on any of their social media channels.

Cornwall Wildlife Trust have put their Spring edition of Wild Cornwall (normally a members exclusive magazine), online for all to enjoy. Packed with all the wildlife happenings around Cornwall, it should be an interesting read: www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk/spring2020

If you would like to receive their monthly email newsletter which is packed full of news, sightings, activities, events and tips, please contact Cornwall Wildlife Trust here:  https://www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk/emailnewsletter

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