Archive of: 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Dinosaur Drinks

    Water is a substance with amazing properties.

  • Controlled Burn on Iping Common

    Author Jane WillmotControlled burn / Mark Monk-TerryWe are planning a controlled burn on Iping Common this autumn. Burning on heathland is a centuries old technique used for management of dense stands of even-aged heather to create a mosaic