Archive of: 2011

  • 20 December 2011

    A Drawing Pin with Legs

    Author Graeme Lyonslarge willow aphid / Graeme LyonsI went back to the area of field maples and willows where I found some interesting mosses yesterday. It's great having a new 'patch' I can work within a hundred yards of

  • 15 December 2011

    The (occasionally) Frozen Planet

  • 13 December 2011

    Marine Mindbenders: Mouthy Angler Fish

  • 07 December 2011

    Seven Tips For Feeding Birds This Winter

    Author Jess Priceblue tit and great tit feeding / Alan PriceThis time last year the heavy snow fall we experienced in December forced wildlife into gardens looking for food. This year exceptionally mild weather has meant there is still

  • 05 December 2011

  • 05 December 2011

    Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

    Author James Powerlittle tern / Victor AlvarezIt took the Trust 50 years to build up the area of land it manages to 3,500 acres and then in the blink of an eye, the figure jumps to something in excess

  • 01 December 2011

    George Osborne's attack on nature

  • 01 December 2011

    The Call of Winter

    Author Ronnie Reedlittle egret / Tony SuttonThe season is over. The tourists have got into their cars and all returned home, the schools have retreated to the warmth of their classrooms and I have put my feet up. The empty park

  • 21 November 2011

    Sussex Awash with Owls!

    Author Mike Russellshort-eared owl / Rick LecheWell short-eared owls actually! There has been an 'invasion' this autumn with many birds being seen across the county, and what a wonderful sight it is too! A good thing about short-eared owls

  • 18 November 2011

    Idehurst Oak loses a limb

    Author Graeme LyonsIdehurst Oak / Graeme LyonsYou know a tree is going to be impressive when it has a name. This is the Idehurst Oak at The Mensand it's one of the biggest we have on our

  • 16 November 2011

    Putting wildlife in the picture

    Author Michael BlencoweSwift by Mark GrecoA month or so after I started my new post in Lewes as the Sussex Wildlife Trust's Community Wildlife Officer, my attention was drawn to an advert for an exhibition by local artist Mark

  • 11 November 2011

    Save our Seas!