Archive of: April, 2016

  • Natura 2000 - the European network for nature

    Natura 2000 - the European network for nature

    The third of our blog series about the EU Referendum and Sussex Wildlife, looks at ‘Natura 2000’ - the formal term for the European network of protected areas established through the nature directives.

  • A helping hand for hedgehogs

    A helping hand for hedgehogs

    Hedgehog Awareness Week runs from 1-7 May, find out how you can turn your garden into a hedgehog haven.

  • West Dean Woods Open Day

    West Dean Woods Open Day

    A chance to explore West Dean Woods nature reserve, which is usually closed to the public, on Saturday 30 April between 11:00 and 16:00.

  • Shakespeare's Plants

    Shakespeare's Plants

    400 years ago, Shakespeare died, leaving a legacy of plays and sonnets. He often invoked the natural world and mentioned many plants in his work.

  • The EU Nature Directives

    The EU Nature Directives

    The second of our blog series about the EU Referendum and Sussex Wildlife, looks at the EU Nature Directives

  • An Introduction to Bees

    An Introduction to Bees

    Bee expert Steven Falk leads a Sussex Wildlife Trust course to inspire naturalists to record bees in Sussex.

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