Archive of: November, 2013

  • 15 November 2013

    Eridge Rocks Land Appeal

    Sussex Wildlife Trust has the opportunity to buy five acres of land adjoining its Eridge Rocks Nature Reserve.We are appealing for your urgent support. Please help us to acquire this land so we can expand our existing nature reserve to over

     
  • 14 November 2013

    The myth of the dense wildwood

     
  • 13 November 2013

    13.11.13 Back from the Grave(yard)

    Just back in from completing another volunteer work party in St John's graveyard today. We were continuing to clear the rank grasses from the corner of the churchyard in preparation for some wildflower planting in 2014. Great to see new faces joining us on this beautiful autumn morning - there

     
  • 13 November 2013

    To feed or not to feed?

    diseased greenfinch / Tom ForwardAuthor Tom ForwardGatwick Greenspace PartnershipCommunity Project OfficerWith the falling temperatures we decided to top up the bird feeders today for the first time this season. It is always a

     
  • 12 November 2013

    From Down to Town

    Author Huw MorganPeople and Wildlife Officer (Brighton)Early autumn has seen the first planting sessions of an exciting project to establish areas of native wild flowers on housing estates around Brighton and Hove. Over the next couple of years thousands of cowslips, scabious, knapweed and harebell amongst others will be planted

     
  • 08 November 2013

    Wisborough Green says NO!

     
  • 06 November 2013

    Living homes for otters

    otter / Elliot Neap neepimages.comAuthor Fran SouthgateWetland Landscapes OfficerIn a former life, I was the Sussex Otters and Rivers Officer, during which time I spent a fair bit of time down by the

     
  • 05 November 2013