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
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.
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
Another in our egg series for Good Friday. Eggs come in so many different shapes & sizes. These minuscule ones measure just over a millimetre & were laid by the large white butterfly. Females lay about four eggs per minute, up to 600 in total! #GoodFridayFeelingpic.twitter.com/XaGvxQ9DHp