Archive of: August, 2013

  • 09.08.13 The richest place in Sussex for butterfly species?

    From Crispin Holloway:Last week I lead a walk up to Blackcap and down to Ashcombe Bottom and we recorded a phenomenal 28 species of butterfly!I don't think there have been many occasions when I have seen so many species in one day.Unfortunately we didn't see Small Tortoiseshell or a Wall
  • The White Hawk soars again!

    youth rangers working on the hawk / Paul GorringeAuthor Huw MorganPeople and Wildlife Officer (Brighton)The Sussex Wildlife Trust Youth Rangers were involved in an unusual
  • 08.08.13 Raspberry surprise

    These raspberry clearwing moths were photographed in Ringmer by Ian Seccombe. This day-flying moth is a wasp mimic and has only been recorded a handful of times in Sussex after first appearing in Britain in 2007.
  • 08.08.13 "First sign of winter?"

    Robert and Joanna sent in this beetle that they found in their Lewes garden for identification and asked if a "beetle in a fur coat" was the first sign of winter? Lagria hirta
  • Very Good Friends

    Electric vehicle and solar panels / Barry YatesAuthor Barry YatesReserves Manager Rye HarbourRye Harbour Nature Reserve is a partnership of many organisations with the Sussex Wildlife Trust
  • Staying Alive!

    first aid training / Sue CurnockAuthor Pete CrawfordPeople and Wildlife ManagerLots of Sussex Wildlife Trust staff are trained in first aid as part of their job. Officers may be working with

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