Archive of: August, 2015

  • Autumn Migration Watch

    Autumn Migration Watch

    Watch birds of prey and hundreds of other coastal birds at Rye Harbour nature reserve on Saturday 5 September. No need to book, just come along and enjoy the Sussex Wildlife Trust autumn migration bird watch event.

  • Muddy fun at Eastbourne - Seven Sisters Country Park

    Muddy fun at Eastbourne - Seven Sisters Country Park

    The next block of seven weekly sessions in Friston Forest at Seven Sisters Country Park starts Wednesday 9 September. For further information, costs, availability and online booking please visit our Nature Tots page.

  • Great news for Graffham Common

    Great news for Graffham Common

    A generous grant from Viridor Credits Environmental Company, via the Landfill Communities Fund, is helping to secure a sustainable future for the heathland restoration project at Graffham Common nature reserve.

  • Cuttlefish eggs

    Cuttlefish eggs

    Cuttlefish eggs are often called sea-grapes as they are laid in bunches and really do look like a bunch of black grapes.

  • Autumn Waders

    Autumn Waders

    ​Wading birds come in different shapes and sizes, showing adaptations to their special feeding styles

  • All things wild at Seven Sisters Country Park

    All things wild at Seven Sisters Country Park

    If you are 12 – 16 years old and interested in all things wild then join our group that meets on the second Saturday of each month and become a Sussex Wildlife Trust Wildlife Ranger

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