Archive of: March, 2019

  • Wild daffodils

    Wild daffodils

    Wild daffodils may be harder to find but they do still grow in a few remaining fragments of their former range

  • The last best hope

    The last best hope

    Friday 15 March was the day of the biggest climate strike by children and young people yet.

  • Interview with Friends' Chair Cliff Dean

    Interview with Friends' Chair Cliff Dean

    After Cliff Dean, Chair of the Friends of Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, has handed over the key to Lime Kiln Cottage to Baxall Construction for the start of works on the Discovery Centre, we speak to him about what the project means to him.

  • I'll bee seeing you!

    I'll bee seeing you!

    It’s that time of the year when the temperatures are rising, the insects are becoming more active and I come up with yet another tortuous bee pun as the title for a blog post

  • Behind the Lens with Dr Barry Yates

    Behind the Lens with Dr Barry Yates

    Rye Harbour Nature Reserve manager Barry Yates talks to us about managing the reserve, and how he came to discover his love of wildlife photography

  • Ducking and diving

    Ducking and diving

    Ducks are wearing their finest feathers at this time of year. This makes it a lot easier to tell who’s who, since the mostly-brown females are helpfully accompanied by their brightly coloured mates.

  • TreeGeneration

    TreeGeneration

    Fran Southgate examines tree-planting vs nature-led woodland regeneration as a method of nature conservation

Next