Archive of: June, 2012

  • 29 June 2012

    Verse in the Valley

    Sussex Wildlife Trust is pleased to welcome Jan Wilkins as a guest blogger this Summer. Jan is a Bexhill poet, writing as Jan Hedger. Welcome to my new blog! I will be with you for

     
  • 28 June 2012

    Independent Forest Panel Report

    Author Tony Whitbreadoak seedling / Simon ColmerWe await the report of the Independent Forest Panel, due to be published on 4th July.Earlier in 2011, the government announced its consultation to look into the disposal of

     
  • 27 June 2012

    What is the difference between price and value?

     
  • 25 June 2012

    Sussex Festival of Nature

    Thousands of people flocked to Stanmer Park in Brighton to enjoy a fantastic free family day out celebrating all things wild. Sussex Festival of Nature / Miles Davies

     
  • 21 June 2012

    Explore your Shore

    Author Ronnie ReedEngland in JuneEight am. Hastings seafront. Two Sussex Wildlife Trust vans sitting, side by side, in a deserted, grey, rain soaked car park. Five figures in waterproofs huddled in the lee side of one of

     
  • 20 June 2012

    Fluff

    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 thing is, the microphone had packed up, and I was half way through before I realised and switched mikes, so I filled the space

     
  • 19 June 2012

    School Report

     
  • 17 June 2012

    Pedal Power

     
  • 14 June 2012

    What Was That?

    UPDATE - The competition has now closed.Answer:The kestrel chicks were watching a . . . BLACKBIRDCongratulations to Clare Moloney who wins Sussex Wildlife Trust membership for a year.Win Sussex Wildlife Trust Membership for a yearOnly Neil Fletcher, who shot the video, knows what wildlife species

     
  • 14 June 2012

    An Estate for Wildlife

    Author Huw Morgancommon blue / Sophie May LewisThe wildlife garden on the Craven Vale estate in East Brighton is in full bloom and alive with bees, butterflies, spiders and insects. Working with local residents

     
  • 13 June 2012

    Are you insignificant, or can you change the world?

    Author Fran Southgate On a weekly basis, we are assaulted by media images of communities ravaged by floods and other horror stories of chaos and mayhem occurring as a result of climate change. As your

     
  • 12 June 2012

    Fish

    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.Before the big rain came, I looked down into the water of the stream, which for once was like crystal. I looked down on a