I've been sent a few photos of crazy looking moths in the last week. These micro-moths are members of the longhorn family - named because they, well see for yourself. The antennae of these moths is ridiculously long - many times the length of their bodies.Robert and Joanna sent in
A few days ago Neil emailed to tell us that the young great spotted woodpecker in his garden wasn't getting the hang of how to use the bird feeders (see sighting report on 15.06.13). You'll be pleased to know this young woodpecker is a fast learner and is now feeding
It seems that a new generation great-spotted woodpecker chicks are leaving the nest and taking their first flights (and pecks). Neil Merchant sent in this report from his garden"For the past few days, mum's been bringing her solitary youngster to our bird feeders: junior has stayed on the pole while
Tough diggingAuthor Huw MorganWith views over Brighton and down to the sea, the Racehill Community orchard was a fantastic setting for a spot of wild flower planting over the weekend. The new orchard is
Ah-choo! April has more pollen & sneezing for hayfever sufferers. Some say April's named after the Latin aperere, meaning “to open”, referring to bursting buds, unfurling leaves & blooming blossom. Charlotte tells us more about bud burst. 📸 Alan Price https://t.co/ebOWid9X9Kpic.twitter.com/oBhJXjHmmy
At about 12.30 today the sky over Rye Harbour village became very noisy with alarming Herring Gulls. This is often the sign of a bird of prey, such as a Red Kite flying over, but today it was something bigger...