Archive of: April, 2017

  • Cuckoos

    Cuckoos

    The call of a common cuckoo is always a welcome sound but our best-known summer visitor is far less popular with some of our resident birds, thanks to its devious breeding strategy.

  • Let's talk about flooding in Worthing

    Let's talk about flooding in Worthing

    Transition Town Worthing is inviting local residents to a public meeting about flooding, how it affects you and what you can do about it.

  • Call to action

    Call to action

    Election manifestos are being finalised this weekend and your MP can affect what goes in them.

  • A snake in the grass

    A snake in the grass

    Grass snake sightings have been causing great excitement at Woods Mill nature reserve recently

  • Chuffed to hear a chiffchaff

    Chuffed to hear a chiffchaff

    The chiffchaff is a bird more easily heard than seen. Helpfully, it actually sings out its own name; a repetitive “chiff-chaff-chiff-chaff”

  • If you come down to the coast today...

    If you come down to the coast today...

    The intertidal zone is a fascinating place where the sea meets the land in which you can find a huge variety of habitats and species. Explore it with Shoresearch.

  • The journey so far

    The journey so far

    Find out how Bruno, our People and Wildlife trainee, has been getting on with his traineeship with the Sussex Wildlife Trust.