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  • Political road games

    Political road games

    The Arundel bypass is the key that will unlock a chain of destruction across Sussex. This is the legacy that will be left for future generations.

  • Grizzled tales

    Grizzled tales

    Interesting invertebrates at Marline Valley nature reserve

  • And away we go...

    And away we go...

    Great to hear that one of our long-term Youth Ranger volunteers has gained a paid job in nature conservation

  • 50 Years of Woods Mill

    50 Years of Woods Mill

    Celebrating 50 Years of Woods Mill: Taking conservation into the next generation

  • Tawny owlets - branching out

    Tawny owlets - branching out

    Tawny owls can be tricky to spot. But at this time of year, the odds are slightly improved because tawny owl chicks – or owlets – are now emerging from their tree-hole nest.

  • Kestrel chicks have hatched

    Kestrel chicks have hatched

    Our Woods Mill kestrel chicks have hatched and things are going to get busy from now on! Follow the action on our live KestrelCam

  • Cockchafer

    Cockchafer

    May is the month of the cockchafer, a big, bumbling beetle that may look and sound a bit scary but this gentle giant is just looking for love

  • The value of casual recording

    The value of casual recording

    The Trust’s Senior Ecologist blogs about the value of stumbling across quite a lot of good species whilst doing other things.

  • Call for Judicial Review for Arundel bypass

    Call for Judicial Review for Arundel bypass

    Sussex Wildlife Trust are delighted at the South Downs National Park Authority’s decision to apply for a Judicial Review in response to Highways England’s recent announcement of their preferred route of Option 5a for the Arundel Bypass.

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