Magazine of the Cornwall Wildlife Trust ...........No 73 Summer 1997


Thank you-Habitat Appeal
"Natural Areas"
The fritillary butterflies of Cornwall
From the conservation section
Special interest groups.
More snippets
Branch news
Education and publicity
How to.....make a butterfly garden
Reserves report
Camel Trail
Diary of events
Saints Way
Practical Action on Reserves in Cornwall (PARC)
List of Staff, Officers and Sections
Front Cover
Back Cover - Come on a Wildlife Cruise Fund Raiser

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Please read this!
Before you decide whether or not to read your magazine, please read what I am about to say.
A lot of people (myself included) go to a great deal of effort to ensure that the work you support - as a member of
the Trust - is reported back to you through Wild Cornwall. If you do read your magazine, we are sure you will be pleased to see what you have helped the Trust to achieve.
If you don't read it, please don't complain - as some non-readers do - that you don't
know what the Trust is doing!

Our main theme for this issue is butterflies - a subject to dear to the hearts of the Trust's founders, who decided
on the large blue as its first emblem.
Thirty-five years later, the Trust is achieving conservation success on a scale of which they could only dream.
Let's hope the Trust and its members never lose touch with each other as our organisation grows..

Mark Nicholson


for the next issue of Wild Cornwall

15th July 1997

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intended for publication should be
sent to the Editor:
Mark Nicholson
Five Acres, Allet
Truro, TR4 9DJ.

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The views expressed by the contributors to this magazine are not necessarily those of the Editor or the Cornwall Wildlife Trust.

Officers, Staff and Sections- - Habitat Appeal