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Sean Stones took this photo at Woods Mill this week: "Darters demonstrating a little Dragonfly love"! pic.twitter.com/Q7VltvqVKl— Sussex Wildlife Trust 🦔 (@SussexWildlife) September 29, 2020
Why did the snail cross the road? Perhaps the grass looked greener on the other side. Sometimes you just need to slow down, relax and spend 30 seconds looking at wildlife. Video by Barry Yates. pic.twitter.com/4gjNVEBMbT— Sussex Wildlife Trust 🦔 (@SussexWildlife) September 29, 2020
We welcome the Government's commitment to dedicating 30% of land for nature in the UK. However this should be taken as 30% for fully functioning nature. Simply adding up degraded fragments of natural habitat, is not going to meet this target. https://t.co/ExrZaZ2CpO pic.twitter.com/nnzGtGG5Dl— Sussex Wildlife Trust 🦔 (@SussexWildlife) September 29, 2020