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Enjoy it while it lasts?

The natural environment it would seem is under siege?  Management of upland moors at the moment is very topical not least for the potential flooding implications if not undertaken appropriately and in the public interest?  503 more words

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The more traditional way to visit Kynance Cove on The Lizard is to park in the National Trust car park, walk down the footpath to the cove itself and enjoy the shimmering sea and serpentine followed by a cup of tea and slice of cake in the cafe.

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What's Wild In Cornwall

Ban driven grouse shooting?

Ban driven grouse shooting?

Readers may recall intermittent updates on the situation around illegal persecution of raptors in the uplands where driven grouse shooting occurred? 279 more words

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A Year in the Life of an Environmental Consultant - Update

It has a been a busy few months. So busy in fact that I have only now found the time to write updates on my work as an environmental consultant. 691 more words

CNCV: Christmas Task

Today was the Christmas Task for the local conservation group I volunteer with and like last time out we spent the day at Wybunbury Moss National Nature Reserve. 131 more words

Conservation Volunteering

How can we promote outdoor learning?

Having recently moved to the countryside I’ve noticed that as a lumbering Londoner I am rather out of place: there’s a sea of never ending mud; the prospect of dog walking in all weathers sends a shiver down my spine; where on Earth can I find a skinny latte round here? 390 more words

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Chainsaws reving up?

Does the news of cuts to Defra departments in the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement 2015 come as a surprise to conservationists?  a new nature blog provides an analysis which is worth a read, entitled… 446 more words

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