Archive of: October, 2014

  • 30 October 2014

    Simply the Best

     
  • 25 October 2014

    Halloween Badger Pumpkin Stencil

    Author Richard CobdenDigital Media OfficerDownload the Sussex Wildlife Trust badger stencilhere and create a wild decoration for your Halloween pumpkin. Let's get startedHow to create a pumpkin badger

     
  • 24 October 2014

    Ivy

    Author Michael BlencoweLewes Community Wildlife Officer ivy / Mark GrecoThe all-in-one nature reserve, kebab shop and goblin scarer. The flowers which have filled our countryside and gardens with colour and have provided our insects with

     
  • 24 October 2014

    24.10.14 Redwings & Primroses

     
  • 24 October 2014

    23.10.14 Won't you take me to fungi town?

    Today Sussex Wildlife Trust's Eastbourne Regional Group (http://www.sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk/eastbourne) organised a guided walk in woodlands to the north of Lewes. The walk was led by fungi expert Martin Allison and followed on from an indoor talk by Martin in Eastbourne last week.

     
  • 23 October 2014

    Special Sussex Fish

    Author Fran SouthgateWetlands Officer brown trout / Jack PerksAs the rain falls outside, its not such good weather for us humans any more, but its good weather for ducks, and for some of our

     
  • 20 October 2014

    Sussex Great Geosites

     
  • 20 October 2014

    20.10.14 The Creature from the Back Bathroom

     
  • 20 October 2014

    18.10.14 Dodging the raindrops.

    A late update on two of our recent events. From the number of enquiries I had received the search for owls under a full moon on October 8th looked like it was going to be a popular event. However on the night the lashing rain no doubt put many people

     
  • 18 October 2014

    Here is a Guest Blog from Broadwater-based Hedgehog Street Champion, Catherine Amey hedgehog / Alan Baldry, Hedgehog StreetWe know that hedgehog populations are in decline. The reasons are complex and research is ongoing

     
  • 17 October 2014

    15.10.14 Seeing red

    Jack reports that a red kite was gliding over Plumpton College on 14th October and on the 15th the first redwings of the winter were seen flying over winter - a sign that cold weather is on the way? The recent rain has started to encourage some waxcaps out of

     
  • 16 October 2014

    If you go down to the woods today