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  • Nuts for Dormice

    Nuts for Dormice

    Dormice have a very particular way of eating hazelnuts that helps us to distinguish them from those nibbled by other woodland mammals such as mice and voles.

  • Walk for wildlife this autumn

    Walk for wildlife this autumn

    To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Sussex Wildlife Trust, we are inviting you to take part in our virtual 60 Mile Challenge, raising vital funds for the wildlife in Sussex.

  • Why we decided to remember Sussex Wildlife Trust in our wills

    Why we decided to remember Sussex Wildlife Trust in our wills

    “Think about how you would like the world to be when you’re no longer around. If you can leave money to a charity that will carry on the activities and promote the principles that you support, then you can be sure you’ll be making a difference”

  • Have your say on Rampion 2

    Have your say on Rampion 2

    Time is running out to have your say on plans to expand the Rampion Offshore Windfarm off the Sussex coast.

  • A will for wildlife

    A will for wildlife

    Legacy gifts, large or small, make an invaluable contribution to our work in so many ways, and one recent gift has even resulted in an expansion of our livestock herd!

  • Youth Rangers help create a wildlife haven

    Youth Rangers help create a wildlife haven

    After an enormous 18 month break the Youth Rangers are back and thriving! The Brighton group helped create a wildlife haven at a school in Hollingdean.

  • A quiet spot for nature

    A quiet spot for nature

    The Community Action team have just started out on a project looking to improve churchyards in Sussex for wildlife.

  • August 2021 - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve sightings

    August 2021 - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve sightings

    Possibly the most exciting find this month were several Large Conehead on Harbour Farm on 26th, with at least 12 singing adults subsequently found on other parts of the reserve on the 29th

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