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Heligan Wild's aim is to maximise biodiversity within a patchwork of habitats found throughout the 200 acres of historic Cornish estate and garden. Ancient woodland, hay meadows, grazed pasture, wetlands are all sustainably managed to encourage local wildlife. This is achieved using a variety of traditional methods including coppicing, charcoal burning, hay making, and low intensity grazing with our herd of Dexter cattle.
Horsemoor Hide lies at the heart of our estate, and offers the perfect location to enjoy Heligan’s wildlife. There is a large wildlife viewing area; along with live and recorded footage, interactive displays, photographs and information gathered by our dedicated Wildlife Team.

Click below to view our Heligan Wild film.

Latest news

Barn Owls 2015

24th May 2015

Our first Barn Owl chick of 2015 hatched on 12th May 2015 and the second on the 25th. The second egg unfortunately failed but there may well be one more owlet still to come.

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Badger Cubs 2015

30th April 2015

We couldn’t  resist the opportunity to give you just a peak at our new work as we discovered one of our female Badgers has had 4 cubs.

 

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Love Wildlife - Saturday 14th - Sunday 22nd February

14th February 2015

Join us this half term to discover a variety of ways to prepare your garden for the year ahead.

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