The following is a glossary of terms that you might encounter in planning applications or in conservation policy and resources. You may also find it helpful to use these terms to search for more information on the internet. Some of these definitions are taken directly from the National Planning Policy Framework.
Ah-choo! April has more pollen & sneezing for hayfever sufferers. Some say April's named after the Latin aperere, meaning “to open”, referring to bursting buds, unfurling leaves & blooming blossom. Charlotte tells us more about bud burst. 📸 Alan Price https://t.co/ebOWid9X9K pic.twitter.com/oBhJXjHmmy— Sussex Wildlife Trust 🦔 (@SussexWildlife) April 18, 2021
At about 12.30 today the sky over Rye Harbour village became very noisy with alarming Herring Gulls. This is often the sign of a bird of prey, such as a Red Kite flying over, but today it was something bigger...— Rye Harbour Nature Reserve (@ryeharbour_NR) April 18, 2021
A Sea Eagle (from the Isle of Wight re-introduction?) was circling pic.twitter.com/A2vz4tZXa2