Archive of: August, 2012

  • Help turn the tide for marine wildlife

    Authors Sarah Ward and Erin PettiferSeven Sisters is one of ten proposed Marine Conservation Zones in SussexIt is easy to let what goes on beneath the surface
  • Osprey

    Author Mike RussellAt last, after 27 years of working for the Sussex Wildlife Trust at Woods Mill I've finally been rewarded with a wonderful view of an osprey circling over the lake. Thanks to warden Ryan Greaves rushing in to tell me, just about managing to get the words out
  • We are nearly there!

    Sussex Wildlife Trust is pleased to welcome Jan Wilkins as a guest blogger this Summer. Jan is a Bexhill poet, writing as Jan Hedger.Jan at Party in the ParkWe are nearly there,
  • Author Jess Priceadder / Tom MarshallDespite the lack of sunshine, this year like every year I have received an influx of phone calls from worried residents of Sussex who have spotted a snake in their garden.
  • Happy Snapping

    Only one month to go until the closing date of Sussex Wildlife Trust's 2012 photography competition!Window on Wildlife / Darin SmithWe have had some brilliant entries so far as you can see from the
  • The Kindest Cut

    Author Kevin Lerwillcinnabar moth caterpillars on ragwort / Alan PriceAmidst all the doom and gloom surrounding the global economic situation, it is interesting to notice how cutbacks to local authority spending in
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