Exmoor ponies / Sue CurnockAuthor Mark Monk-TerryReserve ManagerCountryfile will feature the arrival of three Exmoor ponies to our Levin Down nature reservenear Singleton in West Sussex in their Sunday, March 29
The Infinity Foods windowAuthor Amy HopeInfinity FoodsIf you live in Brighton or are visiting the town please take a moment to visit our shop in North Laine and enjoy the new window celebrating wildlife.
Brad ScottAuthor Graeme LyonsSenior EcologistA couple of weeks ago at the annual Sussex Biological Recorder's Seminar I was approached by Brad Scott during lunch who said"thanks ever so much for that course on Grasses, Sedges and
red admiral / Arthur HoareAuthor Tom ForwardGatwick Greenspace Partnership Community Project Officer..or perhaps more like various shades of red/orange, but the point is that while spring is firing up with a vengeance, daffodils
Author Rachel KnottVolunteer Trainee Assistant Reserves Officer Rachel training with Reserve Officer Mark Monk-Terry / Miles DavisI feel very privileged to have been given the opportunity to train with
The warm weekend encouraged more wildlife to emerge. Chris emailed to report:"In my garden this weekend..... small tortoiseshell & brimstone butterflies and bumblebee queens"Crispin also reported a small tortoiseshell from Kingston. Small tortoiseshell
Author Pete CrawfordHead of People and WildlifeThere is a campaign, led by authors including Margaret Atwood and Michael Morpurgo against the decision of the Oxford Junior Dictionary (aimed at 7-9 year olds) to drop 50 nouns that describe the natural world. These