NatureWatch is a project run by EcoSoc, WildDocSoc & CLES working with students from the University of Exeter & Falmouth University to create short episodes, focusing on Cornish wildlife from our campus in Penryn.
NatureWatch (7 Episodes)
Liz talks to Jenny Easley about her research on crab camouflage, Ethan joins Cornwall Butterfly Conservation at their AGM and the team review footage of fox cubs sent in by student, Oscar Furness.
Ethan goes looking for pink sea fans just off the coast of the Lizard, Pete gets up close to some rare British mammals, and Liz tells us about the incredible life of buzzards.
Advice from the Cornish Seal Sanctuary at Gweek about what to do if you find a seal in trouble, freshwater invertebrate life with Dr George McGavin and a starling murmuration at RSPB Marion.
The NatureWatch crew teams up with AK Wildlife Cruises to search for basking sharks, we discuss small mammals with our special guest, Nick Baker, and Liz visits a herring gull hotspot.
An amazing array of Cornish wildlife including an other-worldly marine mollusk, an adorable mammal, and lots of predatory fish!