Archive of: September, 2021

  • PAWS for thought

    PAWS for thought

    Dr Tony Whitbread discusses Plantations on Ancient Woodland Sites, an un-appreciated type of ancient woodland. Over-looked by some, dismissed as just plantations by many and often poorly protected by policy they can, nevertheless, be valuable historical and ecological assets.

  • Autumn Gold

    Autumn Gold

    WaderTales blogger Graham Appleton has written about Golden Plover at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve.

  • Shining a light on the Moths of Park Wood

    Shining a light on the Moths of Park Wood

    Park Wood is a sixty hectare site of ancient semi-natural woodland within the Wealden district of East Sussex, offering great potential for a multitude of winged nocturnal wonders

  • 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.

  • Walk for wildlife this autumn

    Walk for wildlife this autumn

    To celebrate the 60th anniversary of Sussex Wildlife Trust, we are inviting you to take part in our virtual 60 Mile Challenge, raising vital funds for the wildlife in Sussex.

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