Archive of: December, 2016

  • Rye Harbour Nature Reserve’s 2016

    31 December 2016

    Rye Harbour Nature Reserve’s 2016

    The 47th year of the nature reserve has been eventful and challenging…

     
  • Fill your head with wildlife in 2017

    30 December 2016

    Fill your head with wildlife in 2017

    2017 wildlife courses; from badgers to bats to butterflies to botanical illustration.

     
  • Top Ten Wildlife Gardening Tips for 2017

    29 December 2016

    Top Ten Wildlife Gardening Tips for 2017

    ​January is the perfect month to start thinking about making your garden or outside space more friendly for wildlife.

     
  • Sharks - the world's biggest fish

    28 December 2016

    Sharks - the world's biggest fish

    Sharks have always evoked powerful emotions among humans. It seems to be a love or hate relationship, fuelled by fascination and awe or fear and mistrust respectively.

     
  • Brilliant berry buffet for birds

    23 December 2016

    Brilliant berry buffet for birds

    The common holly is a plant that everyone will recognise, with its glossy evergreen leaves and vibrant red berries

     
  • Tree Dressing

    21 December 2016

    Tree Dressing

    Tree dressing doesn’t have to be limited to Christmas trees…

     
  • Natural Christmas decorations

    21 December 2016

    Natural Christmas decorations

    Get crafty and create natural Christmas decorations with Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Nature Tots video guide

     
  • Getting little paws out of doors

    20 December 2016

    Getting little paws out of doors

    Thanks to a joint venture between BEAR Nibbles and The Wildlife Trusts, Nature Tots across Sussex have enjoyed tucking into a delicious fruity snack and making trails of snowy paw prints.

     
  • Saturday Hit Squad volunteers

    19 December 2016

    Saturday Hit Squad volunteers

    Saturday Hit Squad Christmas elves were working hard at Ebernoe Common clearing holly. We will be back in action on Saturday 7th January. If you would like to join them please contact Sarah Quantrill

     
  • The Hazel Dormouse - Wake me up when it's over.

    18 December 2016

    The Hazel Dormouse - Wake me up when it's over.

    After 2016 the feeling that your future is quickly becoming uncertain and dangerous is one which we can now all relate to. For the dormouse it’s an annual event.

     
  • The future of  public land

    16 December 2016

    The future of public land

    What could the future hold for local authority public land? Phil Belden looks at the very real threats and the great opportunities.

     
  • People's Park Under Threat

    14 December 2016

    People's Park Under Threat

    Local Authority Public Land & recent proposals to sell it off, from positive public body protection to secret sell-offs.