Archive of: March, 2015

  • Countryfile welcome rare breed Exmoor ponies

    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
  • Window on Wildlife

    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.
  • How a wildlife identification course could change YOUR life!

    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
  • Seeing Red

    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
  • How to train your Reserve Officer

    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
  • 08.03.15 Spring keeps a-springin'

    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
  • B used to be for Bluebell, now B is for Broadband

    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

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