Archive of: February, 2017

  • February 2017: Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sightings

    February 2017: Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sightings

    One of the bird highlights during February was a hen harrier which was seen at Castle Water on the 3rd. This species is a mainly winter visitor to the reserve, the summer being spent in its upland breeding habitat.

  • Save Our Downs

    Save Our Downs

    You can help save our Downs by writing to Eastbourne Borough Council and signing the petition.

  • Sheep return to Seaford Head

    Sheep return to Seaford Head

    ​Sheep are once again grazing on the western side of Seaford Head nature reserve adjacent to Seaford Head Golf Course.

  • Toads on the move

    Toads on the move

    Soon the great migration of common toads will begin

  • Magnificent mallards

    Magnificent mallards

    If you were asked to picture a duck, you’d probably think of a mallard.

  • Love birds

    Love birds

    Love is in the air for our garden birds as they busily prepare for the breeding season…

  • Brighton & Hove Mayor's Charities Walk

    Brighton & Hove Mayor's Charities Walk

    Join Brighton & Hove Mayor, Pete West, to raise money for the Sussex Wildlife Trust, and walk the boundary of our city to create a new, official, designated pathway.

  • Romance blossoms under the sea

    Romance blossoms under the sea

    Bonding behaviour can be observed in seahorses and it is perhaps one of the more ‘romantic’ relationships seen in animals.

  • New Nature & Bushcraft groups across Sussex

    New Nature & Bushcraft groups across Sussex

    Due to popular demand, Sussex Wildlife Trust is expanding its programme of monthly weekend groups for families to enjoy outdoor fun, explore and connect with the natural world across the county this spring.

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