It may finally be spring, with hydrangeas blooming and birds singing, but not too long ago all of Cornwall was painted white.
“On the subject of wild mushrooms, it is easy to tell who is an expert and who is not: The expert is the one who is still alive.” -- Donal Henahan
A new publication describing nearly 1000 wild and naturalised species of flowers and ferns found in the Isles of Scilly is getting high praise from professional botanists and amateur enthusiasts th
The Alexanda Recorders Fund was established in December 2015 in memory of Walter Alexanda Marsh by his daughter.
The Environmental Records Centre for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly (ERCCIS), hosted by Cornwall Wildlife Trust has achieved the nationally
Once decimated by relentless persecution, the magnificent Osprey has been making a comeback across the United Kingdom—and thanks to the dedicated work of the Friends of the Fowey Estuary and other
Vivid carpets of violet unravelling across the forest floor have long been a beloved herald of a British spring. Consistently voted the nation’s favourite flower, British bluebells (Hyaci
in Marine category
Recording and identifying species is not always straightforward and sometimes requires consulting experienced recorders and experts to ensure records are accurate.
in Publication category
Patrick Saunders and ERCCIS are proud to announce the first Atlas for Bumblebees (Bombus) for Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly has been published.
If ever you find a bait pot washed up, take a look inside, you never know what you might discover!
in Mapping category
A solitary bottlenose dolphin, with a distinctive fin, first caught the UK media’s attention when he ventured into our Cornish waters in 2014 and has since explored our coasts from as far south and
in Enviroment category
In early March 2016 ERCCIS will be undertaking accrediation from the Association of Local Environment Record Centers.