Archive of: 2017

  • Filsham Reedbed benefits from Biffa Award

    Filsham Reedbed benefits from Biffa Award

    Thanks to a grant of just over £27,000 from Biffa Award, essential management work has been taking place at Filsham Reedbed, on the edge of Hastings, over the last eighteen months.

  • Positive Signs for Environmental Protection

    Positive Signs for Environmental Protection

    Sussex Wildlife Trust have been anxious about the implications of the Withdrawal Bill on our UK Environmental Policy, after debate in Parliament, the Minister is taking positive steps towards guaranteeing the environmental protection.

  • Sussex Wildife Trust 2018 Calendar

    Sussex Wildife Trust 2018 Calendar

    ​Brighton & Hove based wildlife photographer Lisa Geoghegan stunning photographs feature exclusively in the 2018 Wildlife of Sussex printed calendar now available to buy through the Sussex Wildlife Trust online shop.

  • Starling Murmurations

    Starling Murmurations

    A murmuration of starlings is one of the natural world’s most impressive spectacles, eagerly anticipated, relatively easy to see and yet intriguingly mysterious

  • On the trail of the olfactory otter

    On the trail of the olfactory otter

    Signs of otter have been spotted in Sussex - otter spraint, footprints and anal jelly. How do otters use these signs to communicate?

  • Black-headed gull

    Black-headed gull

    You might look at a black-headed gull at this time of year and wonder how on earth it got its name

  • Heart-felt thanks

    Heart-felt thanks

    Thanks to two generous donations, vital life-saving equipment is now on board Sussex Wildlife Trust vehicles taking volunteers to remote nature reserves in the county.

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