Students from Brighton University have produced a short video at Rye Harbour nature reserve as part of their Digital Journalism course. They interviewed Barry Yates, Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Manager, about his work at this important wildlife site.
Local ceramicist Helen Hodson has kindly donated three of her blue baby badgers to support the Sussex Wildlife Trust's Sussex Badger appeal.Small, dumpy and with a wry smile, these badgers are hand-crafted from white stoneware and finished with a
Author Mike RussellSenior Conservation Advisor brent geese / John EastBlessed with a beautiful sunny, but chilly, start the first Bird Safari of the year to Medmerry got off to a flying start where (for
Author Ronnie ReedPeople and Wildlife Officer Seven Sisters Country Park rain / Kathy McEldowneyI am not sure whether it is just that Christmas has now slipped passed again, or the rain lashing against
Author Barry YatesReserve Manager Rye Harbour Nature Reserve lapwing and golden plover / Barry YatesThe New Year is a good time to reflect on the long term changes in the wildlife that we are managing at Rye
Author Mike RussellSenior Conservation Advisor brambling / Dave KilbeyA day in the sun, with great company, great birds, a never-ending supply of great food, a great way to start the New Year is by taking
It’s good to know the local wildlife likes our leaky dams. This little chap moved in about 5 minutes after we built our latest natural flood management measure, and he seemed very happy with his new home. #NaturalFloodManagement 🐸 pic.twitter.com/VQV1lPIPFn
Create connections: Cut a hole in your fence to let Hedgehogs through. Be part of a pollinator highway & planting hedgerows are all ways to help wildlife move about. Speak to your neighbours & see if they can join you in creating more space for nature too https://t.co/Wxul407vYcpic.twitter.com/eYuIbgUO8k