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    • Rewilding Parliament

      Rewilding Parliament

      Thanks to the support of over 100,000 people who signed a petition, Rewilding Britain were able to secure a parliamentary debate, and a unanimous vote, that restoring nature on a massive scale to help stop climate breakdown is a priority.

    • Pipistrelle bat

      Pipistrelle bat

      Bats are brilliant. They are the only mammals on the planet capable of powered flight, and they can navigate through the darkest night by the power of echolocation.

    • Public land for public benefit

      Public land for public benefit

      The expiry of the lease for Waterhall and Hollingbury Golf Courses​ provides a golden opportunity to begin to restore our Brighton Downs - but we want Brighton & Hove City Council to slow down and talk to residents and stakeholders to create a long-term, sustainable plan that truly delivers on the City’s environmental responsibilities.

    • Welcoming our first wheelchair user to the Discovery Centre

      Welcoming our first wheelchair user to the Discovery Centre

      ‘I am so pleased to see that this new Discovery Centre not only enjoys picture window views over the ever-changing scenery of Rye Harbour, but its planners have been kind enough to make it fully accessible. For wheelchair users like me, and for families with prams, this makes a huge difference. Thank you!’

    • Eight legs good? Jumping Spiders

      Eight legs good? Jumping Spiders

      Jumping spiders may seem like a terrifying prospect but they are among the tiniest of our 650 native spider species - and arguably the cutest.

    • Tawny Owls become territorial

      Tawny Owls become territorial

      Tawny Owls spent the summer months doting on their youngsters, devoting every waking minute to child care. They have been perfect parents, hunting, feeding and watching over their growing brood as they gradually transformed from fluffy little owlets into fully fledged adults. But now, with the turning of the seasons comes a sudden change in tawny owl temperament from tolerant to territorial.

    • One Man and his Dog

      One Man and his Dog

      The Land Management Team at Sussex Wildlife Trust has been pleased to welcome a number of new faces in recent months, some more furry than others! New Grazing Manager Tom Parry brings Border Collie Reg to work with him each day as the young dog starts his training to become a fully-fledged sheepdog working with the Trust’s flock of 500 Herdwick and Hebridean sheep.

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