Archive of: May, 2012

  • An Evening in Friston Forest

    Author Ronnie Reedpipistrelle bat / Hugh ClarkPause, stand still, hold your breath and listen. There is something very special about a wood as dusk falls and the night creatures stir. The clamour of the day
  • RX Wildlife

    Author Barry YatesRX registered fishing boat / Barry YatesRX is the registration lettering for boats based at Hastings, Rye and Dungeness = Rye, susseX This coast, its river valleys and woodland is also
  • 7 Up

    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 chicks are seven days old. We have lost two, so are now down to six, and to be honest, if six were to make
  • Hastings Ghost Walk

    tawny owl / Alan PriceHaunted Experiences are running a ghost walk event around Hastings Old Town, in support of Sussex Wildlife, on Thursday 17th May. Anyone attending this special event will be
  • Dad

    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.Turns out I'm a dad. What did I have? Well, octuplets, since you ask.Yep, every one of the eight blue tit eggs hatched. Not quite
  • Amazing Spider

    Author Graeme LyonsPellenes tripunctatus / Graeme LyonsWe had a great trip around Rye Harbour with Barry Yates looking at the birds, but with the rain was coming down, any chance of entomology with
  • Snug

    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.It all started back in January. On sunny days the blue tits would keep popping in and out of the bird box, just to have

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