Archive of: Guest Blogger

  • 30 Days Wild diary: Week 4

    29 June 2022

    30 Days Wild diary: Week 4

    Volunteer David Philips, is blogging weekly to share his 30 Days Wild adventures. This week, David visits Knepp Rewilding Project and encourages everyone to get involved in campaigning for wildlife.

     
  • Bark patterns

    27 June 2022

    Bark patterns

    Audrey Jarvis of Lewes Urban Arboretum looks at how fascinating and varied bark patterns can be.

     
  • 30 Days Wild diary: Week 3

    22 June 2022

    30 Days Wild diary: Week 3

    Volunteer David Philips, is blogging weekly to share his 30 Days Wild adventures. At midsummer, David considers the themes of renewal and the excitement nature can bring.

     
  • 30 Days Wild diary: Week 2

    14 June 2022

    30 Days Wild diary: Week 2

    Volunteer David Philips, is blogging weekly to share his 30 Days Wild adventures. This week, David shares some of his favourite Sussex Wildlife Trust nature reserves

     
  • 30 Days Wild diary: Week 1

    08 June 2022

    30 Days Wild diary: Week 1

    Volunteer David Philips, is blogging weekly to share his 30 Days Wild adventures.

     
  • Bypass threat to Binsted Valley

    02 March 2022

    Bypass threat to Binsted Valley

    Guest blogger Steve McAuliffe guides us through the special wildlife and rich history of Binsted Valley, which may soon be cut in half if the proposed A27 Arundel Bypass goes ahead.

     
  • Nature's mood-boosting patterns

    08 February 2022

    Nature's mood-boosting patterns

    Nature has so much more to offer beyond soothing patterns. Cathy Robinson tells us about fractals and how they reduce stress. .

     
  • Creative writing in January

    12 January 2022

    Creative writing in January

    Rye Harbour Nature Reserve writer in residence Louise Kenward shares some thoughts about creative writing in January

     
  • Seeing Sussex wildlife without a car

    11 January 2022

    Seeing Sussex wildlife without a car

    Sara Humphreys wants to see rare wildlife but is conscious of her carbon footprint. She shares how she’s been wildlife watching car-free for years

     
  • Windlesham School ditch plastic in lunches

    05 January 2022

    Windlesham School ditch plastic in lunches

    What a comm-ocean – Windlesham School and Nursery ditch plastic in lunches on school trips.

     
  • Robert Greenhalf - Tidelines

    20 December 2021

    Robert Greenhalf - Tidelines

    The wonderful wildlife artist who designed our Discovery Centre Golden Plover wall Robert Greenhalf is featured in a new, illustrated book, called Tidelines.

     
  • Mammal mysteries

    15 December 2021

    Mammal mysteries

    Have you spotted any mysterious tracks or unexplained droppings? Solve the case with some tips from Darren Tansley, the Mammal Detective.