Archive of: November, 2015

  • Quercus robur and Friends

    29 November 2015

    Quercus robur and Friends

    Food, shelter, support oaks provide it all for hundreds of living creatures. For us they are a thing of beauty that makes us stop for a second, take a breath and admire and then move on into the misty rain.

     
  • 15% Off Christmas Cards

    27 November 2015

    15% Off Christmas Cards

    We have discounted our Christmas Cards for this weekend (until midnight on 29/11/15)

     
  • The Gift Economy

    26 November 2015

    The Gift Economy

    As the frenzied rush to buy presents for Christmas ensues, I am thinking about how I can gift things to people, rather than giving them gifts. I may not receive anything back in return, but to me a smile is worth more than money.

     
  • A Sussex Village and its Birds

    23 November 2015

    A Sussex Village and its Birds

    Henfield can be justly proud of this wildlife project. It is long-term and plans are already going ahead for the next survey in 2019. It is contributing a tremendous amount to our bird knowledge at a local, county and national scale as well as a giving an intimate picture of a Sussex parish and its wildlife.

     
  • Running Wild

    23 November 2015

    Running Wild

    ​Sussex Wildlife Trust is looking for five keen runners to take part in next year’s Brighton Marathon

     
  • The smartest tiddler in the school

    21 November 2015

    The smartest tiddler in the school

    The countryside around Sussex is one big classroom – so help us to ensure that more kids get out and enjoy it - there is so much to be learned.

     
  • Helping Fish Commute

    20 November 2015

    Helping Fish Commute

    Whilst installing man-made structures, little thought was historically given to the need for most fish species to move around - upstream and downstream to find food, shelter and other fish to breed with.

     
  • Colouring Competition Winners

    20 November 2015

    Colouring Competition Winners

    ​Two youngsters from Sussex have tied for first place in a wildlife colouring competition organised by the Sussex Wildlife Trust.

     
  • Is this how fossils happen?

    16 November 2015

    Is this how fossils happen?

    The secrets of a Sussex chalk stream.

     
  • Drinkers, hangovers and harvest mice

    15 November 2015

    Drinkers, hangovers and harvest mice

    Searching for harvest mice nests on our Woods Mill reserve.

     
  • Icicles - Winter Magic

    12 November 2015

    Icicles - Winter Magic

    Create Christmas decorations with the Sussex Wildlife Trust, inspired by icicles hanging from the trees. All the family can take part in making festive decorations for their home and garden on 5 December at Seven Sisters Country Park near Eastbourne.

     
  • Why are we scared of re-wilding?

    11 November 2015

    Why are we scared of re-wilding?

    Can re-wildling work in Sussex? The Knepp Estate Wildland Project is trying to show it can.