Education

Over the last fortnight Cat has been visiting primary schools throughout West Cornwall introducing Charlie (our new furry chough friend) and the ‘Return of the Chough’ story through a number of assemblies and chough based activity sessions. The sessions are inspiring and educational and are well received by both children and staff, setting the scene as the RSPB’s education work expands in the South West region.

 Over the past two weeks, Cat has visited over 5 new schools, sharing the news about the chough's historic return with over 350 children.

Cat is also leading FREE guided tours and activity sessions for school groups at Marazion Marsh, Cornwall’s wetland reserve.

If you know a school that would like a FREE guided visit to Marazion Marsh, and /or a visit from Cat & Charlie, please get in touch cat.leemarr@rspb.org.uk

Get Involved

We are always looking for new volunteers for chough monitoring and for our education and events work, if you are interested please get in touch with Cat: cat.leemarr@rspb.org.uk

...and don't forget to keep your chough sighting reports coming in, email them to us at : cornishchoughs@rspb.org.uk