Archive of: 2014

  • 23 December 2014

    New Year's Bird Race

    great grey shrike / Paul MartenAuthor Mike RussellSenior Conservation AdvisorEvery new year the Sussex Ornithological Society organise an annual bird race in Sussex where teams aim to record as many species as

  • 21 December 2014

    Naked (Christmas) Lunch

    Author Michael BlencoweLewes Community Wildlife OfficerMichael Blencowe looks at the un-natural history of a bird that will temporarily be one of the commonest species in Sussex this Christmas. This article originally appeared in the 'Christmas Feast' themed issue of Viva Lewes.

  • 18 December 2014

    Wild Youths

    Youth Ranger in actionAuthor Tom ForwardGatwick Greenspace Partnership Community Project OfficerWhat a year it has been for both our Wildlife Rangers(12-16s) and Youth Rangers (16-25s) groups! These great young people have

  • 16 December 2014

    Major Projects in 2014

  • 16 December 2014

    Catch-up on conservation at Gatwick Airport

  • 10 December 2014

    Money to burn! A road building bonanza marks the end of austerity?

  • 09 December 2014

    Rally for Nature

  • 06 December 2014

    Please don't take our badgers for granted

  • 05 December 2014

    Rampion Wind Farm

    Author Olle AkessonMarine Officer Teeside Offshore Wind Farm / HowzeyE.On has announced the final plans for Rampion Wind Farm. 116 turbines, each one standing 142 meters tall, will generate 1,366Gwh each year.

  • 03 December 2014

    Knepp Estate / Fran SouthgateAuthor Fran SouthgateWetlands OfficerIt has to be said that I am never more happy than when I can be found paddling around in streams. These days I tend to

  • 01 December 2014

    Look Forward in Anger

  • 30 November 2014

    30.11.14 'Tis the season to be jelly

    Out and about in the woods and on the Downs over the weekend I noticed a lot of jelly fungi growing on branches and stumps. On the South Downs there was lots of yellow brain on the gorse branches.Yellow brainOne of