great grey shrike / Paul MartenAuthor Mike RussellSenior Conservation AdvisorEvery new year the Sussex Ornithological Society organise an annual bird race in Sussex where teams aim to record as many species as
Author Michael BlencoweLewes Community Wildlife OfficerMichael Blencowe looks at the un-natural history of a bird that will temporarily be one of the commonest species in Sussex this Christmas. This article originally appeared in the 'Christmas Feast' themed issue of Viva Lewes.
Youth Ranger in actionAuthor Tom ForwardGatwick Greenspace Partnership Community Project OfficerWhat a year it has been for both our Wildlife Rangers(12-16s) and Youth Rangers (16-25s) groups! These great young people have
Author Olle AkessonMarine Officer Teeside Offshore Wind Farm / HowzeyE.On has announced the final plans for Rampion Wind Farm. 116 turbines, each one standing 142 meters tall, will generate 1,366Gwh each year.
Since we're launching our "Into the Wild" photo competition, we thought we'd tweet some finalists from previous years, for inspiration! Glorious colour here from Jamie Fielding, Etienne Fournier, Martin Munn & Alan McKenzie https://t.co/95Y5hGL96upic.twitter.com/OLf56GjVSX
Despite the depression inducing bbq patches, there were 7 marching Musk Orchids in the same place that 6 were last year, and I've had reports of more elsewhere on the reserve which is great news! pic.twitter.com/oGG3gK6Q08
Warden Chris reports that it's Big Horsefly Time! This male Large Marsh Horsefly was lounging on a gate at Castle Water earlier in the week (you can tell it's a male because the eyes touch on the top of the head). This one is beefy, though it is still considered medium-sized. pic.twitter.com/c2M2INNVor