Archive of: January, 2018

  • January 2018 - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sightings

    31 January 2018

    January 2018 - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sightings

    One bird which is typical of the winter months is the fieldfare and January saw at least 50 birds at Rye Harbour on Castle Farm on the 14th.

     
  • Britain's Favourite Walks

    31 January 2018

    Britain's Favourite Walks

    Rye Harbour was included in Britain’s Top 100 Favourite Walks.

     
  • Fill your head with wildlife

    30 January 2018

    Fill your head with wildlife

    Michael Blencowe introduces our wildlife course programme for 2018, some old favourites return and there are lots of new courses too

     
  • Goldcrest

    27 January 2018

    Goldcrest

    Winter is the most challenging season for our garden birds. How does a bird as tiny as a goldcrest survive?

     
  • Brighton Marathon Charity Places Available

    25 January 2018

    Brighton Marathon Charity Places Available

    General places for Brighton Marathon 2018 have now closed, but we still have a number of charity places available if you would like to run as part of our Sussex Wildlife Trust Team.

     
  • Seaford Head Saturday Hit Squad

    24 January 2018

    Seaford Head Saturday Hit Squad

    The Saturday Hit Squad were working at Seaford Head keeping the fire going with our latest high tech equipment!

     
  • King of the Birds

    22 January 2018

    King of the Birds

    The diminutive wren has a reputation for being clever and secretive

     
  • Volunteers wanted at Seven Sisters Country Park

    16 January 2018

    Volunteers wanted at Seven Sisters Country Park

    Can you volunteer to help with our environmental education programme at Seven Sisters Country Park?

     
  • The 25 Year Environment Plan

    11 January 2018

    The 25 Year Environment Plan

    ​The Wildlife Trusts’ initial response to the 25 Year Environment Plan

     
  • A New Way to Build

    11 January 2018

    A New Way to Build

    ​The Wildlife Trusts are calling on developers, local authorities and Government to embrace a new, more holistic way of building: one that avoids damage to protected sites, and works with the natural surroundings to create gains for nature, and better health and well-being for residents.

     
  • The Burton Mistletoe Crisis

    10 January 2018

    The Burton Mistletoe Crisis

    Mistletoe has never been recorded on a Sussex Wildlife Trust reserve, but at Burton Pond it is tantalisingly close. However when you are looking for mistletoe you never know what else might turn up…

     
  • Winter foxes

    09 January 2018

    Winter foxes

    Winter is the height of the mating season, and foxes are particularly vocal at the moment.