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Avian Flu
Avian Flu

Please do remain vigilant - and read the latest guidance from Defra.

30 Days Wild
30 Days Wild

Get your free pack for the UK's month-long nature challenge

Save Oldhouse Warren
Save Oldhouse Warren

Center Parcs development threat to Oldhouse Warren ancient woodland

June wildlife
June wildlife

What to look out for this month.

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Patterns in nature drawing


Patterns in nature drawing

Wildlife artist and author Jennifer Moore discusses patterns in nature and how to draw using them


Wild by the water

Wild by the water


30 Days Wild diary: Week 3

30 Days Wild diary: Week 3

Nature clubs

Nature Tots
Nature Tots

Woodland fun for children aged 3-5 years with accompanying adult, hands-on outdoor activities themed around wildlife and the changing seasons.

Wildlife Watch
Wildlife Watch

Wildlife Watch nature and bushcraft monthly weekend groups based on Forest School principles, for children aged 5-11 and their accompanying adult.

Wildlife Rangers
Wildlife Rangers

12 to 16 year olds can become a Wildlife Ranger and join other teenagers taking action to protect and learn about local wildlife, conservation and bushcraft skills.

Youth Rangers
Youth Rangers

16 to 25 year olds can join in with our regular conservation groups in Crawley and Brighton. Help improve areas for wildlife (& people) while having fun, learning new skills and gaining valuable experience.

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Do you want to make a positive impact on nature and help the Sussex Wildlife Trust make a difference?

Inspiring local people to get involved in our work is a really important part of what we do. You can join in with 30,000 other people across Sussex who are passionate about making a difference for nature locally.

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