Explore wonderful wildlife spots this September
There are so many beautiful nature reserves dotted around Cornwall- why not have an explore and find out what you can do to help protect them?
Cornwall Wildlife Trust is Celebrating its 60th year this year. Find out about the amazing sites it protects and the family-friendly activities run below:
Bissoe Valley – South of Truro
Take in the beauty of this ex-mine turned conservation site and spot the wonderful wildlife protected there.
It might be the end of butterfly season but there are some wonderful flying friends to be seen when the time is right!
Find out more and plan your visit here: https://www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk/nature-reserves/bissoe-valley
Kennal Vale – Near Ponsanooth
Previously the site of a gunpowder factory, Kennel Vale boasts picturesque woodland a peaceful water-filled quarry and is home to wonderful wildlife.
Whilst beautiful, the integrity of the site has been put at risk due to increased visitor numbers in recent years, so be mindful and consider this during your visit.
Find out more and plan your visit here: https://www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk/nature-reserves/kennall-vale
Beach Clean and Picnic – Looe
Help to clean the coastline of Looe, have a picnic and make friends with this family-friendly event.
Meet this Saturday at 11 and walk down to Port Nadler before bringing all collected rubbish back with you.
Read more here: https://www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk/events/2022-09-10-beach-clean-picnic
Photo credit: Dave