The carder bee is the most common of three ginger bee species in the UK and appears fluffy without a white tail.
The flower itself mimics the appearance of a female bee as its aim is to attract male bee pollinators with the promise of mating and a feast of nectar.
Ruddy darter dragonflies can catch their food faster than they can eat it. They have even been observed hoarding up to eight fruit flies in their mouth parts at once!
The males of the species build the delicate nests from grass and moss, building it near to the ground.
Nightjar are a rare sight, nesting on the ground during the day making them hard to spot but walking at dusk you may be lucky to view the nightjar silhouetted against the open night sky.
Legend has it that when King Arthur of Tintagel died, he transformed into a chough and the bird is now a symbol of Cornwall, sitting atop the county’s coat of arms
By keeping the dunes healthy and restoring sites with low biodiversity, we create habitats which able to support a diverse population of smaller birds and mammals, which are able to support kestrel populations.
Their common name suggests you would only find a meadow pipit in meadows, but this is the not the case! Find them in open land with low vegetation.