This work is a celebration of the natural history of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly. It features 40 sites, including: the best places to see flora and fauna in a variety of habitats across the county and on the islands; suggested walks; and, approximately 580 species.
Table of Contents
Foreword by Trevor Edwards, Chief Executive, Cornwall Wildlife Trust Introduction How to Use This Book The sites 1 Welcombe and Marsland 2 The Bude Canal 3 Boscastle 4 Polzeath 5 The Camel Estuary 6 West Pentire 7 Penhale Sands 8 Tehidy Country Park 9 Godrevy to Upton Towans 10 The Hayle Estuary 11 St Ives 12 Bosigran and Gurnard's Head 13 Cot Valley 14 Boscregan Farm 15 St Mary's, Isles of Scilly 16 Tresco, Isles of Scilly 17 St Martin's, Isles of Scilly 18 Porthgwarra 19 Marazion Marsh 20 Godolphin 21 Loe Pool 22 Kynance 23 Windmill Farm 24 Goonhilly Downs 25 Kennall Vale 26 Bissoe Valley 27 Tresillian River 28 The Lost Gardens of Heligan 29 Luxulyan 30 Goss Moor 31 Breney Common 32 Lanhydrock 33 Cabilla and Redrice 34 Kilminorth Woods 35 Golitha Falls 36 Kit Hill 37 Sylvia's Meadow 38 Cotehele 39 Antony Woodland Garden 40 Mount Edgcumbe and Rame Head Year Planner Location Planner Organizations and Groups Field Craft Country Codes Recommended Reading Species Index Map of Cornwall
David Chapman has lived in Cornwall since 1992. He came to the county to teach, but has since developed a career as a wildlife photographer and writer. His articles can be seen in a wide range of publications, and his photography graces the pages of a multitude of magazines, newspapers, books and calendars. David is committed to protecting wildlife in the county, and is a trustee of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust.