Seaford Community Wildlife Project

The Seaford Community Wildlife Project focuses on establishing strong links between the Seaford community and the nature reserve at Seaford Head.

Seaford Head Nature Reserve is the best place to enjoy spectacular views of the Seven Sisters and Cuckmere Valley. It is also home to many nationally rare and significant species of plants, birds and insects including moon carrot and the potter flower bee. Seaford Head Nature Reserve,

The project offers a range of activities, including family events and species surveys, looking at a variety of wildlife from sea anemones to butterflies. There is a host of opportunities for the community to learn skills, volunteer and experience nature through beach sessions, practical conservation and wildlife habitat improvements in school grounds and in the town.

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Wildlife Rangers (12 - 16 year olds)

Youth Rangers (16-25 year olds) Looking for a chance to get some voluntary experience in the environmental sector? Why not join Youth Rangers.  The group carries out genuine conservation work in and around Seaford.  Contact Nikki to find out more and get involved.

Supported by The National Lottery Heritage Fund

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Contact the Seaford Community Wildlife Project

Nikki Hills – Learning & Engagement Officer

Mobile 07498 251494

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News from Seaford Community Wildlife Project

    • Moon Carrot at Seaford Head

      Moon Carrot at Seaford Head

      Members of Seaford Natural History Society carried out the annual Moon Carrot survey at Seaford Head last week. Controlling scrub on this slope seems to be having a positive effect.

    • Be tick aware

      Be tick aware

      Now summer is here it is a good time to brush up on your knowledge of ticks, where they live and what sensible precautions you can take.

    • Thank You, Seaford

      Thank You, Seaford

      Over the last two years our Seaford Community Wildlife Project has worked with schools, young people, community groups and volunteers to explore Seaford Head Nature Reserve and the local area and the amazing wildlife.

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