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Cornwall Wildlife Trust is the leading local charity working to protect and enhance Cornwall’s wildlife and wild places.

South Coast > Penryn
Enys, the Sleeping Beauty of Cornish Gardens, abandoned for 60 years, now slowly awakens. The tranquil gardens blend into the surrounding woods; in early May, the famous field of English bluebells brings visitors from afar.

The Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is Cornwall's Protected Landscape and has the same status and level of protection as a National Park. Across Cornwall there are 12 areas, they are..

South Coast > Looe
Looe Island is a marine nature reserve, an important nesting site for birds and with the waters around it full of life. During the summer months it can be visited by boat from Looe.

Falmouth > The Helford
Helford River Cruises offer an hour and half cruise along the Helford River and creeks, including Daphne du Maurier's inspiration Frenchman's Creek, from the Budock Vean Hotel. 

North Coast > Bude
The Bude Canoe Experience.  Exclusively for individuals and small private groups.  With your own fully qualified guide you will learn canoeing skills, explore local waterways, see wildlife and have a great time!  No experience needed.