A Celebratory Evening Talk on the return of the Cornish Chough!
On the the 19th of August at 7.00pm, CBWPS will be hosting an evening of talks celebrating the successful return of breeding Chough in Cornwall. This is a free event that is open to all and will take place at St Erme Community Centre, but please arrive early if you wish to secure a seat!
CBWPS Chough co-ordinator Hilary Mitchell and the National Trust’s Ash Pearson will be talking about the historical return of this iconic species, as well as the proactive land management taking place to aid this success story and how the Cornish breeding population has faired in 2022.
There will be teas and coffees available and we will also be running a well stocked raffle of which the proceeds will be received by the Cornish Chough Conservation Partnership.
If you would like further details or have any questions please email Pete Roseveare using firstname.lastname@example.org or Hilary Mitchel using email@example.com
We really hope to see you there!