Archive of: September, 2020

  • Nuts for Dormice

    Nuts for Dormice

    Dormice have a very particular way of eating hazelnuts that helps us to distinguish them from those nibbled by other woodland mammals such as mice and voles.

  • Behind the Lens with Les Binns

    Behind the Lens with Les Binns

    Les Binns lives in Lincolnshire, but took some beautiful photographs on some of our reserves during a trip to Sussex. He has kindly donated these to our image library, and here he shares some of his favou​rites

  • Planning to fail wildlife

    Planning to fail wildlife

    The Government is proposing a major overhaul of the planning system and this poses a huge threat to Sussex wildlife.

  • Black Poplars

    Black Poplars

    Back in 2003 we collected some saplings of Sussex Black Poplar from Wakehurst Place and with our team of volunteers planted them out at Castle Water.

  • Amazing Ivy

    Amazing Ivy

    Despite all the life it supports ivy has a reputation as a killer, its roots sucking the life from the trees it surrounds. This isn’t true