Archive of: April, 2019

  • Climate emergency and local democracy

    Climate emergency and local democracy

    District Council elections are an opportunity to ask your candidates what answers do they have for the climate and ecosystem emergency

  • The Common Lizard

    The Common Lizard

    If you know where to look, there are still plenty of ‘dragons’ to be found in Sussex today…

  • The Warbler Factory

    The Warbler Factory

    Exciting news as Dartford Warblers holding territory in dense bramble scrub at Butcherlands

  • Nightingales

    Nightingales

    When it comes to birdsong, the nightingale is a world famous virtuoso with a voice so powerful, melodious and varied that few other species can match it.

  • Wilding will help tackle climate change

    Wilding will help tackle climate change

    Rewilding and the restoration of our natural systems can draw millions of tonnes of CO2 out of the air. We can help to stop climate breakdown, but we need to be innovative, and we need to act fast.

  • Seaford Head is buzzing

    Seaford Head is buzzing

    The bees are loving the ground ivy that is thriving on the paths and rides around Hope Bottom.

  • Where did barn owls live before we built barns?

    Where did barn owls live before we built barns?

    In our human-centric way, we create human solutions to wildlife problems – problems which are generally caused by humans in the first place. Fran Southgate argues that we need a bit of a conservation brain retrofit.

  • Primroses

    Primroses

    The pale lemon petals of the wild primrose are a welcome sign of the changing seasons.

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