The coast is Cornwall's biggest asset, an important landscape for nature, agriculture and tourism, generating significant wealth for the Duchy.
- Landowners understanding and sharing a commitment to create resilient habitats for wildlife around Cornwall's coast.
- Cohesive network of appropriately grazed cliff and slope and adjacent hinterland to support choughs and wider biodiversity.
- A continued increase in breeding pairs and expansion of range for choughs, corn buntings and cirl buntings.
- Coastal communities playing an active role in nature conservation.
- Businesses dependent on the coast are knowledgeable, supporting and actively part of the coastal ecological network.
- 2001: Choughs return naturally to Cornwall
- 2002: Choughs breed in Cornwall for the first time since 1947
- 2006: Cirl bunting translocation project begins reintroduction to Cornwall
- 2007: First confirmed breeding of cirl buntings in Cornwall for 15 years
- 2008: First chough chicks hatch in West Penwith for 150 years
- 2011: Last year of releasing cirl bunting chicks as part of the reintroduction project
- 2013: 100th Cornish chough chick takes to the air
- 2014: 39 breeding pairs of cirl buntings.