Archive of: November, 2012

  • Redwing: Incoming transmissions

    Author Michael BlencoweTseeep. For centuries we have looked to the stars above hoping for a sign. An answer to all our problems. Tseeep. And each November we get one. But we're just too wrapped up in our little lives to notice. Tseeep. Stand anywhere on a clear November night and
  • Return to the Woods

    Author Huw Morgan At work in the woods / Huw MorganFor the third year running, as winter arrives, the Access to Nature project in Brighton has teamed up
  • Dormouse detectives

    Author Petra Billings dormouse detectives / Petra BillingsOn a sunny day in late October, ten young and enthusiastic amateur detectives arrived in Lurgashall with their families for a
  • Author Ronnie Reed Learning outside the classroom is under threatGetting kids out of school and providing them with opportunities to connect with the natural world is getting tougher. Depressing stuff, for
  • The State of the South Downs National Park report

    Author Tony WhitbreadSouth Downs / Finn HopsonThe South Downs National Park Authority became operational in April 2010 and it is interesting to look back to see what environmental organisations like the
  • A Spinster's Tale

    Author Jess Pricefalse widow spider / Jess PriceRecently I discovered a false widow spider strolling across my bed. I knew it was a false widow as soon as I
  • All Weathers

    Author Ronnie Reed colourful wellies / Ben AngelThe old adage that there isNo such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothingis usually something muttered between clenched teeth in the face of gale force winds by