Archive of: May, 2018

  • Kestrel chicks have hatched

    Kestrel chicks have hatched

    Our Woods Mill kestrel chicks have hatched and things are going to get busy from now on! Follow the action on our live KestrelCam

  • Stonerunner

    Stonerunner

    ​A local name for ringed plover is Stonerunner, because it nests on the shingle and the adults and chicks run over the stones.

  • Cockchafer

    Cockchafer

    May is the month of the cockchafer, a big, bumbling beetle that may look and sound a bit scary but this gentle giant is just looking for love

  • The value of casual recording

    The value of casual recording

    The Trust’s Senior Ecologist blogs about the value of stumbling across quite a lot of good species whilst doing other things.

  • Call for Judicial Review for Arundel bypass

    Call for Judicial Review for Arundel bypass

    Sussex Wildlife Trust are delighted at the South Downs National Park Authority’s decision to apply for a Judicial Review in response to Highways England’s recent announcement of their preferred route of Option 5a for the Arundel Bypass.

  • Be tick aware

    Be tick aware

    Now summer is here it is a good time to brush up on your knowledge of ticks, where they live and what sensible precautions you can take.

  • Rewild a Child

    Rewild a Child

    Rewild a Child is a unique opportunity to help Sussex Wildlife Trust provide activities for local children in Sussex to explore the outdoors, learn new skills and try something different. We’re working to make nature a part of growing up again.

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