• Fantastic Mr Fox

    Fantastic Mr Fox

    Our only wild member of the dog family, foxes are also highly adaptable and have a wide and varied diet including small mammals, earth worms, fruit and beetles

  • Christmas advert will bring joy to nature and to children

    Christmas advert will bring joy to nature and to children

    The Wildlife Trusts are delighted to be John Lewis’s Christmas campaign charity partner. This year’s John Lewis Christmas advert celebrates - with sparkle and a flash of magic - the joy of encountering wildlife in a garden using a cast of wild creatures including a fox, badger, squirrel and hedgehog

  • The Animal Symphony

    The Animal Symphony

    ​The nightingales at Woods Mill star in Sky TV’s ‘The Animal Symphony’. Mike Russell joined presenter Chris Packham and composer Nitin Sawhney when they filmed in May.

  • Winter Sun

    Winter Sun

    The best times to capture the landscape are often around dawn and dusk when the sky can briefly be very colourful.

  • November weather was sunny but wet!

    November weather was sunny but wet!

    Sunshine 109.8 hours (76.1) Mean maximum temp. 11.3 C (10.6) Mean minimum temp. 5.5 C (5.6) Rainfall 122.0 mm. (89.6) Gale or stronger 0 days (1.6)

  • Public downland sell-off threat

    Public downland sell-off threat

    Brighton and Eastbourne are in the news, after secret council plans to sell off parts of the public estate leaked out. Public pressure has led Brighton & Hove and Eastbourne councils to re-consider, but not YET to stop the sales. A further, bigger push is needed.

  • Rye Harbour at the movies

    Rye Harbour at the movies

    ​A Big THANK-YOU to Kino Rye for showing our short, but wonderful film of Rye Harbour nature reserve on their big screens

  • Fantastic Fungi

    Fantastic Fungi

    Fungi play a vital role in breaking down organic material such as leaf litter and dead animals, returning the resulting nutrients back to the soil.

  • Bats in Sussex

    Bats in Sussex

    ​Meet some of the bats species found in Sussex in our short film