Archive of: November, 2021

  • David King wins the David Streeter Award

    David King wins the David Streeter Award

    The David Streeter Award is given annually to a young person who has made an outstanding contribution to nature conservation. This year the winner is David King. He tells us a bit about himself.

  • Rye Harbour's Piscivores

    Rye Harbour's Piscivores

    November was a great month for animals that eat fish at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve.

  • Soil

    Soil

    There’s a secret world beneath your feet - of soil. Charlotte Owen tells us more

  • Save Oldhouse Warren ancient woodland

    Save Oldhouse Warren ancient woodland

    Please tell Center Parcs and our local councillors and MPs, that Oldhouse Warren ancient woodland is the wrong place for a huge holiday park.

  • Kelp Summit 2021

    Kelp Summit 2021

    The Kelp Summit will highlight the work of the Sussex Kelp Restoration Project since the landmark implementation of the Sussex Inshore Fisheries & Conservation Authority’s Nearshore Trawling Byelaw in March 2021.

  • Where are all the acorns?

    Where are all the acorns?

    Have you noticed that the Oak trees have been a bit bare this autumn? We’ve seen hardly any acorns but there were plenty last year. What’s going on? Charlotte Owen explains about mast years.

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