Archive of: August, 2018
30 August 2018
The Brown Hairstreak is the largest of the UK’s five native Hairstreak species. Now is a great time to spot this most elusive of Butterflies at Woods Mill.
29 August 2018
Michael Blencowe looks forward to the Sussex Wildlife Trust’s wildlife courses, walks and talks in September
28 August 2018
Emperor dragons are spectacular insects. It is easy to see how they earned their name.
21 August 2018
The notion of self-willed wildlife is emerging at the moment. It is, in effect, a trusting that nature knows what is best for itself, and a handing back of the reigns to nature.
18 August 2018
Guest blogger Mya Bambrick takes us on a walk around Old Lodge, in the heart of Ashdown Forest.
17 August 2018
Old photographs of the Sussex countryside can sometimes tell a good story. This one from 1947…
16 August 2018
Lesser Burdock is a tall plant of the daisy family that has flowers with hooks or burrs.
13 August 2018
We held a great event on Sunday as part of the Woods Mill 50th anniversary celebrations funded by ScottishPower Foundation. The theme was bird migration.
10 August 2018
The world of invertebrates is a strange one indeed. Full of illusion and deception, things are often not as they seem and a prime example of this is mimicry.
07 August 2018
Sadly moles have been struggling in the recent hot weather
06 August 2018
Traditionally browsing trees and hedgerows have been an important summer feed source that can offer some help to the lack of grass
03 August 2018
After such a long period of drought and relentlessly high temperatures, conditions are tough for wildlife - here are some ways you can help.