Archive of: September, 2014

  • 25 September 2014

    It's time to vote for your favourite

    Author Richard CobdenDigital Media OfficerOur Photography Competition judges had the difficult task of selecting 12 finalists from over 600 entries. Congratulations to all the finalists and thank you to everyone who entered the competition. The quality

     
  • 24 September 2014

     
  • 24 September 2014

    24.09.14 Ultra Violet

    A violet carpenter bee has been seen and photographed in Offham. Violet carpenter bee Violet carpenter bee / Miranda

     
  • 11 September 2014

    Another New Town doomed to fail?

     
  • 10 September 2014

    08.09.14 Heading for the Sun

    We had perfect weather for our walk to Newhaven on Monday. After slapping on some sun tan lotion we headed south down the Ouse looking for other southbound migrant birds as they headed towards the coast on the first leg of their epic migrations. As we strolled along the river

     
  • 10 September 2014

    08.09.14 Lounging Lizard in Southover

    This photo of a sunbathing common lizard in Southover Churchyard was taken by 10 year old Richard Darling. Common Lizard / Richard Darling

     
  • 10 September 2014

    07.09.14 Sparrows on the Nevill.

     
  • 10 September 2014

    07.09.14 Lawn Ladies

     
  • 10 September 2014

    Game-changing response required to tackle State of Nature crisis

     
  • 07 September 2014

    06.09.14 Bloodbath under Cliffe Bridge

    It's turning into a real bloodbath under Cliffe Bridge. Last week Jon Tooley's great photos showed us a cormorant helping himself to a migrating eel and then we had reports that the common seal was patrolling the river south of the bridge. But now there's another killer on the loose.

     
  • 07 September 2014

    05.09.14 Sea of Troubles

    A few days ago we saw that one unlucky eel heading out of Lewes on its epic 3500 mile migration to the Sargasso Sea was intercepted by a cormorant. It seems that this first stage of the journey has become even more hazardous. Simon Wilson reports that the common seal

     
  • 07 September 2014

    05.09.14 Another monster

    Penny emailed to report:"Last week I found an enormous diagonally marked green caterpillar feeding on our lilac tree. I identified it as a Privet Hawk Moth, apparently our largest resident UK moth. Amazing size and exquisite markings with a thorn like 'tail'. New to me but I was wondering how