Archive of: February, 2019

  • Puppy Love

    Puppy Love

    All about Patsy the sheepdog puppy, and why sheep are so important in maintaining precious chalk downland in which wildlife can thrive

  • Hazel catkins

    Hazel catkins

    Thousands of yellow hazel catkins are ripening in the winter sunshine is one of the signs that spring isn’t too far away

  • "I want you to act"

    This Friday will see the first national UK student strike to protest lack of government action to combat our climate crisis and sixth mass extinction event.

  • Children's nature clubs

    Children's nature clubs

    Our Nature Tots (3-6yrs) Wildlife Watch (5-11 yrs) & Wildlife Rangers (12-16 yrs) groups are run by fully trained Forest School Leaders, providing a wonderful opportunity for families to experience nature.

  • Behind the Lens with Tom Lee

    Behind the Lens with Tom Lee

    Tom Lee from Crowborough talks to us about his love of wildlife and photography and how retirement has given him a chance to explore both even more.

  • Yew

    Yew

    Sussex is home to one of the finest yew woodlands in Europe, at Kingley Vale National Nature Reserve just outside Chichester, where you can walk among some of the oldest living beings in Britain.

  • Sussex Art Fairs

    Sussex Art Fairs

    Sussex Art Fairs​ will be supporting Sussex Wildlife Trust at their upcoming event

  • Grey squirrel courtship

    Grey squirrel courtship

    It may be the middle of winter but grey squirrels are already looking for love.

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