Archive of: September, 2018

  • The Showman at Camber Castle

    The Showman at Camber Castle

    This was one of the events to raise awareness and funds for the Rye Harbour Discovery Centre Appeal - it raised just over £2,000.

  • Management for Bumblebees at Rye Harbour

    Management for Bumblebees at Rye Harbour

    Over the last five years we have been managing some of our grassland for bumblebees, and every year between May and August we have also been counting the bees to monitor the effects.

  • Water Shrew

    Water Shrew

    Find out more about our only venomous mammal

  • A Bike* of Bees

    A Bike* of Bees

    At Rye Harbour, there are two quite similar species of ‘autumn colletes’ active at the moment, ivy bee (Colletes hederae) and sea-aster bee (Colletes halophilus), also known as saltmarsh bee

  • The Ocean Symposium

    The Ocean Symposium

    This September, Sussex Wildlife Trust is proud to be partnering with the United Nations Association to put on a day-long event all about our wonderful marine environment.

  • European Hornets

    European Hornets

    There’s little doubt that the European hornet is a rather fearsome looking insect. But this ferocious exterior betrays a species that is in fact rarely aggressive.

  • Fleabane


    It may seem like summer is on its way out but there are still some late bloomers spreading colour in the countryside.