MEMBERS of the Taw and Exmoor branch of the British Naturalists' Association crossed the border into Cornwall to visit Creddacott Meadows, a culm grassland reserve near Week St Mary, which is run by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust. Red deer were seen and so,

MEMBERS of the Taw and Exmoor branch of the British Naturalists' Association crossed the border into Cornwall to visit Creddacott Meadows, a culm grassland reserve near Week St Mary, which is run by the Cornwall Wildlife Trust.Red deer were seen and so, at the other end of the scale, were some tadpoles.The reserve is noted for its plants, including whorled caraway and meadow thistle, which were among a wide range if plants seen there.After a pub lunch, the group went on the Penhallam, the ruins of a moated medieval manor house. In the surrounding woodland, many birds were singing heartily and several different types of damsel flies flitted about.Anyone interested in joining the group, should contact local secretary Brian Sims on (01271) 343607.