Author Mike RussellSenior Wildlife Advisor migrant hawker / John EastFunny time of year this really, shortening days, changing colours and unpredictable weather. Wildlife is on the move so it is an exciting time to
Wild Woodies / Katie ParkerAuthor Katie ParkerWoods Mill Schools OfficerWe have had a wonderful summer with our Wild Woodies holiday clubs at Woods Mill, Henfield and Stanmer Park, Brighton.Outside there is a slight
With Lewes Artwave Festival (www.artwavefestival.org/) about to start I thought I'd highlight the work of one of my favourite local artists.This cormorant has been exhibiting his work on a riverside rooftop next to the Ouse.Here's a review:"Whereas many artists open
The weather was kind to us on our August hike to Bible Bottom today. On Cliffe High street a busking trombonist sent us on our way with a rendition of 'Sunny side of the Street'. Soon we were up amongst the flower rich downland of our Southerham reserve above the
On Tuesday Crispin Holloway had led a walk to Malling Down and, in cloudy / sunny conditions, had recorded 13 species of butterfly in the Coombe. I had vowed to beat this total on my Friday walk but as we met under heavy grey clouds on Cliffe Bridge I started
We were invited back to the Ringmer Community Orchard to run another moth evening. We were not able to run a moth trap here last year - and I was amazed how much the orchard has grown since my last visit.Unfortunately tonight's session coincided with some poor weather. However we
Ah-choo! April has more pollen & sneezing for hayfever sufferers. Some say April's named after the Latin aperere, meaning “to open”, referring to bursting buds, unfurling leaves & blooming blossom. Charlotte tells us more about bud burst. 📸 Alan Price https://t.co/ebOWid9X9Kpic.twitter.com/oBhJXjHmmy
At about 12.30 today the sky over Rye Harbour village became very noisy with alarming Herring Gulls. This is often the sign of a bird of prey, such as a Red Kite flying over, but today it was something bigger...