Rarely seen, rarely heard, yet everyone knows the Barn Owl, with its heart- shaped disc face and its forward facing large eyes designed to focus on its prey. David Hall explains the importance of this […]
A seaweed search is not an everyday event at Porthcurnick beach, but on the last low spring tide in June, a group of wildlife enthusiasts could be seen wading through rockpools along the shore below […]
Migration is most associated in our minds with the long distance flyers such as Arctic terns or Swallows. However, migration takes place at virtually all scales of animal life and across much smaller areas. Within […]
Nare Head epitomises the wildest of our wild landscapes. Its rugged and unforgiving geology defies all attack from the worst of the weather above, and the crashing ocean waves below. So it may come as […]
The dawn chorus of birdsong is one of nature’s arresting and breathtaking occurrences. David Hall explains why you really should consider rising early to experience this incredible phenomenon at this time of the year. I […]
Dandelions: a bane to gardeners the world over, wherever they raise their vivid yellow heads. And yet, could we learn to love them… just a little bit? Sarah Vandome explores their value to wildlife – […]
There are thought to be approximately 160,000 species of moth worldwide, with over 2500 species having been recorded in the British Isles. Carol Hughes has been recording and photographing some of the many species to […]
Cetacean sightings in Roseland waters always cause much excitement and attraction; not just for humans, but for other animals too, as David Hall explains.