Archive of: Graeme Lyons

  • If you build it, they will come

    If you build it, they will come

    Around four years ago, we attempted to rejuvenate one of the fields at Woods Mill​ into something less grass dominated and more meadow-like. A sign that a project like this has become really successful though is when host-specific invertebrates turn up to feed on the their food plants.

  • The Warbler Factory

    The Warbler Factory

    Exciting news as Dartford Warblers holding territory in dense bramble scrub at Butcherlands

  • Bogey beetle

    Bogey beetle

    This nationally scarce apple-green coloured tortoise beetle has been discovered at Stedham Common for the first time.

  • Grizzled tales

    Grizzled tales

    Interesting invertebrates at Marline Valley nature reserve

  • 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.

  • Spring into action

    Spring into action

    Graeme Lyons has been working with the volunteer group at Flatropers Wood recording wildlife

  • The Burton Mistletoe Crisis

    The Burton Mistletoe Crisis

    Mistletoe has never been recorded on a Sussex Wildlife Trust reserve, but at Burton Pond it is tantalisingly close. However when you are looking for mistletoe you never know what else might turn up…

  • A bunch of suckers

    A bunch of suckers

    Graeme Lyons is been delving into the world of leeches at Waltham Brooks nature reserve.

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