Archive of: Ebernoe Common
15 November 2023
Matt Rich, Ranger, Rye Harbour Nature Reserve went on a How to ID Fungus course. He tells us more about what he learned
31 October 2023
A massive thank you to everyone who has supported our Forest Copse appeal. You have helped us raise £110,000 to buy three fields adjoining the northern edge of our Ebernoe Common nature reserve.
13 October 2023
With your help, we’re now over three-quarters of the way towards the £110,000 needed to buy three fields adjoining the northern edge of our Ebernoe Common nature reserve.
17 September 2023
This autumn we need to raise £110,000 to purchase three fields adjoining our nature reserve at Ebernoe Common. Help restore our landscape.
15 April 2023
Did you know that we have over 30 nature reserves in Sussex, and that they are all free to visit? We’ve chosen 3 of our best reserves from across the county that are great for wildlife in the spring.
15 June 2022
Now summer is here it is a good time to brush up on your knowledge of ticks, where they live and what sensible precautions you can take.
01 June 2022
Ebernoe Common National Nature Reserve is part of a UK-wide network of 70 Ancient Woodlands and 70 Ancient Trees dedicated to Her Majesty in celebration of the Platinum Jubilee
19 December 2021
Thanks to some incredibly generous legacies, a successful appeal and some very good timing, we have been able to expand our Ebernoe Common nature reserve
20 July 2021
What might you see at Old Lodge and Ebernoe Common Reserves at the moment? Reserves Manager Mark Monk Terry has a couple of suggestions
10 March 2021
As the country begins to look forward to a time when we emerge from lockdown, we would like to draw your attention to ongoing issues we are aware of affecting some our nature reserves.
08 March 2021
February is largely a calendar-planning and report-writing month for ecologists, luckily Glenn had a distraction in the form of a camouflaged green box.
19 November 2020
We have an amazing opportunity to extend our Ebernoe Common, but we need to act now.