Archive of: October, 2020

  • Double, double, toil and trouble...

    Double, double, toil and trouble...

    Think about Shakespeare’s Three Witches, chanting ‘double, double, toil and trouble…’ Their grisly recipe is not for the faint hearted as they toss in hapless toads, dragon scales and wolf teeth alongside eye of newt, toe of frog and more unmentionable ingredients. But were these ACTUAL creatures being represented, or not?

  • Meet our members - Shirley Collins

    Meet our members - Shirley Collins

    In one of an occasional series, we meet our members and find out more about them. In was an honour to talk to folk legend, Shirley Collins MBE.

  • Aquatic Creepy Critters

    Aquatic Creepy Critters

    ​The oceans are full of strange and scary looking beasts, but there are some creatures which are ready to celebrate Halloween all year round!

  • A little night music

    A little night music

    Mike Russell actively enjoys walking in the twilight - it makes him feel alive and alert to the slightest sound and movement.

  • Marshmallow at Rye Harbour

    Marshmallow at Rye Harbour

    We recently told our story of Marshmallow plants and its moth to Charlotte Smith on BBC Countryfile and we collected and then spread this year’s seed at Castle Water

  • New Arrivals

    New Arrivals

    ​Since 1970 when Rye Harbour Nature Local Nature Reserve was first declared by the County Council there have been many changes in the breeding bird fauna of the reserve.