Archive of: April, 2014

  • A Big Fat Bonus

    arum / Dave KilbeyRonnie Reed Schools OfficerBonuses have been in the news a lot recently. Personally I wish every job had its own built in incentives. Life would be so much richer for everyone.Take
  • 21.04.14 Blue, Green and Red

    The blue skies and warm weather have seen the appearance of two more species of spring wildlife. Stephen Watson sent in this sighting"Yesterday and today we found a large number of what we believe to be male Green Longhorn moths along the woodland edge at Landport Bottom, clustering in one
  • Bird song: Starling

    Neil FletcherInterpretation Officer starling / Neil FletcherStarlings that may be seen over Brighton Pier and other places, these birds have declined dramatically as a breeding bird in the UK. Chicks are not making it through
  • What to do if you find a young bird out of the nest

    Embed our baby birds infographic on your site!Copy and paste the code below<div style="text-align: center; width: 100%;"><a href=""><img src="" alt="Sussex Wildlife Trust baby bird out of the nest"
  • Bird song: Blue Tit

    Neil FletcherInterpretation Officer blue tit / Neil FletcherBlue tits are so familiar and almost ubiquitous (just as likely to see one in a reedbed as in a garden), yet their thin, earnest little song
  • 14.04.14 Firle: It's reely grrrrrrrrrreat!

    Here's Charlie over at FirleBirds blogging on some recent bird highlights on his local patch describes his attempt at capturing that incredible reeling call as the 'sketchiest ever recording of a grasshopper warbler'. If you wanted to hear a better one try this

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