Why not book a stay when all is calm again and get Explore in Cornwall to take you walking to reconnect with nature! ... See MoreSee Less

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Today's Covid-19 natural therapy included some of our Spring flowers enjoying the sunshine. Alexanders - the first umbellifer to flower, brought here by the Romans. The young stems make an excellent alternative to celery and you can also cook it the same way you would Asparagus. Dog violet, food plant to the caterpillars of some our important fritillary butterflies. Also Herb Robert considered the vegetable counterpart of the Robin and will bring good luck if you look after it - don't we all need some!! Stay safe everybody and we will have a new walking video in the next few days. ... See MoreSee Less

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Here's our latest virtual walk to help bring the natural world here in Cornwall indoors. Please follow the Govt Guidance, we are lucky that this is all on our doorstep and we can access it as part of our daily exercise. Please feel free to share these and hopefully we will see some of you in the future for some real walking therapy. #getoutside #cornwallwildlife #nature youtu.be/47Ci9Wt_g8E ... See MoreSee Less

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Another exploration with Explore in Cornwall to help with the uncertainty of the Covid-19 challenge. The natural world is still out there and we'll do our best to help bring it to you. Please feel free to share - new video gear is on the way - sorry to Gordan Buchanan for the quality!! @gordonbuchanan_wildlife www.exploreincornwall.co.uk ... See MoreSee Less

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