• Ground breaking decision for British beavers

      Ground breaking decision for British beavers

      After years of uncertainty, the Government has announced their ground breaking decision to allow England’s first wild breeding population of beavers to stay in their Devon home.

    • The Wasp Spiders Return

      The Wasp Spiders Return

      It's the most wonderful time of the year! At the start of August you'll find me crawling around my front lawn - my wildflower meadow. I've been waiting all year for this day to arrive. The spring and summer days of flowers, butterflies and bees and thousand other insects have passed and the colours of the meadow have started to fade.
    • The amazingly oceanic Kittiwake

      The amazingly oceanic Kittiwake

      They may not look like hardy sea-farers but Kittiwakes spend half the year wandering the Atlantic, making them the most oceanic gull in the world.

    • The very essence of water

      The very essence of water

      Water. Where would we be without it? The truth is, we probably wouldn’t be at all. Water is the key to life on our blue planet but beyond our vast oceans, glaciers and underground aquifers only a tiny fraction of it (just 0.1%) is accessible on the surface in freshwater ponds, rivers, lakes and wetlands.

    • Rockpooling


      Charlotte Owen talks us through the joys of rockpooling

    • Red Kite

      Red Kite

      The Red Kite is an increasingly familiar sight in the skies above Sussex, soaring effortlessly over the South Downs on an almost-six-foot wingspan.

    • Help Our Kelp update

      Help Our Kelp update

      Please write to your local Sussex MP to ask for The Sussex Near Shore Trawling Byelaw to be implemented to Help Our Kelp

    • Six tonnes of fishing gear collected and recycled

      Six tonnes of fishing gear collected and recycled

      Wild Coast Sussex Project Manager ​Nikki Hills is delighted to announce that an amazing six tonnes of end of life fishing gear has been collected by commercial fishing community in Eastbourne, Worthing and Littlehampton and will be recycled.


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