Archive of: Guest Blogger

  • The humble House Sparrow

    The humble House Sparrow

    House sparrows may not be the most colourful bird in the UK, or the most impressive singer, but they’ve long been one of our favourites, because they live in such close proximity to people. Their friendly little faces are a common sight in many parks and gardens

  • Embracing Winter

    Embracing Winter

    Tilly Hopkins learns to embrace winter at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

  • The calling cards of Sussex mammals

    The calling cards of Sussex mammals

    Laurie Jackson, Ecologist and Wildlife Lecturer, is an expert on the wonderful and varied small mammals of Sussex.. Here she tells us about how you can track them.

  • Celebrating wetlands - where land meets water

    Celebrating wetlands - where land meets water

    We may be a ‘wet’ nation, but wetlands – wildlife-rich, carbon-capturing oases – are in shorter supply than you might think. Wetlands have largely been removed from our landscape, and this loss is a problem not just for nature, but for people too.

  • Nature and me

    Nature and me

    Mya Bambrick, Winner of the David Streeter Award 2020 tells us about her love of wildlife, the barriers faced by young people trying to access nature and the diverse causes she supports

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