In August we ran a Wild Days Conservation research holiday on the wild and wonderful beaches of west Cornwall. Our beach-combing produced some interesting finds, and valuable data for the Beachwatch programme.
Over three days, the team visited six of Cornwall’s beaches on the lizard peninsula, and the north coast near St. Ives. The beaches were owned by the National Trust, RSPB and local communities and ranged from secret rocky bays to broad stretches of shining sands. And the sun shone! Continue reading