Archive of: February, 2012

  • 28 February 2012

    Tussock King

  • 27 February 2012

    A Nature Improvement Area for the South Downs

  • 26 February 2012

    A Helping Hand

  • 23 February 2012

    Marine Mindbenders: Sparkling seas

  • 21 February 2012

    Tea, Mumps and Birds

    Author Mike RussellNuthatch PG Tips CardA couple of weeks ago I was asked to give a talk at the Sussex Ornithological Society Annual Conference and being as it was their 50th Anniversary, the subject I was asked to talk

  • 20 February 2012

    Author Tony WhitbreadWhilst I am writing this there is a meeting going on in London between government, the water industry and the Environment Agency to discuss a likely drought this year.It may seem strange, in wet, soggy Britain to talk

  • 19 February 2012

    Mud, Sweat and Gears

    Author Huw MorganThe discovery of a container full of communally-owned mountain bikes at Sussex University has seen the Sussex Wildlife Trust's Access to Nature project in Brighton taking to two wheels in a bid to attract local teenagers out into the countryside. Working with the 67 Centre in Moulsecoomb and

  • 10 February 2012


    Neil Fletcher takes a regular look at the everyday wildlife at Woods Mill, headquarters of the Sussex Wildlife Trust, and at his home in nearby Henfield.The pair last summer / Neil FletcherI love all wildlife, passionately, and it sort

  • 09 February 2012

    Show your WildLove

  • 08 February 2012

    Something of the night

    Author Mike Russelltawny owl & full moon / Alan PriceAs put downs go, Ann Widdecombe's comment about Michael Howard a few years ago that he had 'something of the night about him' is one of the most famous, or

  • 07 February 2012

    Spawn to be wild

    Author Jess Pricefrogspawn / Rongem BoyoEvery year I get phone calls from people worried about the frog spawn and tadpoles in their ponds. It may be cold outside, but amphibians are already out and about in Sussex looking for possible

  • 06 February 2012

    This old art of mine