Archive of: June, 2014

  • 18.06.14 Large Skipper

    From Chris BurtSaw a beautiful Large Skipper in the churchyard at South Malling (part of the DownTown Lewes Project). Really vivid markings. I don't see many of these here, but with the new management of the site, more and more butterflies are appearing!
  • A special time in Rye

    Inspired by a recent trip to Rye, Thurstan Crockett has written a guest blog about the sights and sounds of Rye Harbour nature reserve. avocet chick / Barry YatesAuthor Thurstan CrockettFirst in the
  • The West Weald Landscape Project Celebrates

    West Weald Project areaAuthor Petra BillingsWest Weald Landscape Project OfficerOn 1st April 2014 The West Weald Landscape Project celebrated five years of project funding from The Tubney Charitable Trust and it seems timely
  • Raptor Rapture

    Mike RussellSenior Wildlife Advisor short-toed eagle / John StantonSussex is having a pretty good run of 'firsts' in terms of new species at the moment. Following on from the first ever
  • Biosphere is here!

    Author Tony WhitbreadChief Executive Biosphere is here / Stephen D LawrenceBrighton & Lewes downs is the first new UNESCO World Biosphere site in UK in 40 years. This is the first completely
  • Simply the Best

    Author Richard CobdenDigital Media Officer Chris MoleThe theme for this year's Sussex Wildlife Trust photography competition is 'Simply the Best'. You can find all the details you need to enter on our
  • 09.06.14 Rose rises

    From Robert Hill"At last the first Rose Chafer has appeared in our garden (6.6.14) in Lewes." Rose Chafer / Robert Hill

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