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Dusk Walk Along St Mawgan Valley
29 September, 2016at 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Often overlooked, the valleys near the coast provide tranquil habitats for some of Britain’s rarest species. Discover a quiet and historic village with a river running through it and learn about the otters that live there. Walking at dusk is often magical, as the sun begins to set you may get a glimpse of some of the wildlife that is more active in the evening: barn owls, foxes, even badgers.
Meet at Bedruthan reception
Price: £22.50 per adult, £10 per child
What to wear: Comfortable walking books and all weather clothes, also feel free to bring a torch if you’d like to.
Groups: Group size will be a maximum of 8 people so everyone will have a chance to ask questions along the way.
Please note that the walks aren’t suitable for pushchairs. Walks will continue in wet weather. All tickets are non-cancellable and non-refundable.
To book please contact us on 01637 860 860.
Steve Crummay has worked in environment and conservation for over 30 years, establishing numerous new nature reserves in Cornwall and has written a variety of scientific papers and guidebooks.
He’s a leading naturalist, ecologist and Mountain leader with knowledge of local history, geology, botany, bird life, insects and animal tracking.
With his ceaseless passion and enthusiasm for the great outdoors, nature and history, you couldn’t wish for a better guide to show you around the best of the Cornish countryside.
If you want to discover the hidden depths of Cornwall: its ancient history, its people, unique landscapes and wildlife, this is the activity for you.