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  • 30% of our land for wildlife, what does this mean?

    30% of our land for wildlife, what does this mean?

    The Government has committed to dedicating 30% of land for nature in the UK. This is, of course, a welcome ambition. However the real fate of nature, and the future success of this announcement relies not on a percentage, but on the depth of the intention through all levels of government.

  • Heathland Dragonflies at Stedham and Iping Commons

    Heathland Dragonflies at Stedham and Iping Commons

    As part of the Heathland Sculpture Trail that connects the heathlands within the South Downs National Park, a sculpture dedicated to the specialist heathland dragonflies has been erected at Stedham Common.

  • Meet Our Members. Polly and Sue

    Meet Our Members. Polly and Sue

    We meet members Polly Mair and Sue Robinson and talk to them about their love of wildlife and photography

  • 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.

  • Behind the Lens with Les Binns

    Behind the Lens with Les Binns

    Les Binns lives in Lincolnshire, but took some beautiful photographs on some of our reserves during a trip to Sussex. He has kindly donated these to our image library, and here he shares some of his favou​rites

  • Planning to fail wildlife

    Planning to fail wildlife

    The Government is proposing a major overhaul of the planning system and this poses a huge threat to Sussex wildlife.

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