Archive of: March, 2017

  • March 2017 - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sightings

    March 2017 - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sightings

    One sure sign of spring on the reserve is the appearance of the tiny mauve flowers of Danish scurvy grass. This member of the cabbage family is traditionally a coastal plant in the UK, though in the last 50 years it has increasingly colonised roadside verges where its ability to
  • PONDTAIL re-WOODing

    PONDTAIL re-WOODing

    Breaking news – Pondtail Wood has just been sold and the public enquiry has been cancelled

  • Wood mice

    Wood mice

    There are more than 30 million wood mice in the UK – that’s one for every two humans that live here – and they can be found in almost any habitat, often close to people.

  • Training for the Brighton Marathon

    Training for the Brighton Marathon

    Watch the Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Brighton Marathon team as they are making their final preparations for the race on 9 April 2017

  • Dancing grebes

    Dancing grebes

    The great crested grebe cannot fail to draw attention with its flamboyant breeding plumage and balletic courtship displays.

  • A Toadally abundant time of year

    A Toadally abundant time of year

    What’s great at this time of year, is that signs of frogs and toads are evidence that spring is finally on its way.

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