Archive of: Malling Down
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.
28 June 2020
Every year, Glenn goes out to look for and count orchids.
11 May 2020
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.
06 July 2019
There are few sights more spectacular than a wildflower meadow in full bloom. Packed with nectar-rich flowers and humming with insect life, these botanical hotspots will soon be looking their best and today, 6 July, marks National Meadows Day - a celebration of our glorious grasslands and the wealth of wildlife they support.
23 July 2018
A number of routes around Sussex Wildlife Trust nature reserves are now available on the ViewRanger app
28 February 2018
Sussex Wildlife Trust nature reserves in the snow.
26 January 2017
Here are the Sussex Wildlife Trust’s top ten most well-recorded nature reserves with a few facts and figures and some charismatic species
23 January 2017
The Trust’s Head of Land Management talks about recent dog attacks and the role of conservation grazing in this short film.
12 January 2017
Five sheep were killed in dog attacks overnight at our Malling Down nature reserve near Lewes.
14 September 2016
Volunteers from the Saturday Hit Squad have been working hard on the South Downs
17 August 2016
Silver-spotted skipper butterflies are now flying on our Malling Down reserve
27 April 2016
The third of our blog series about the EU Referendum and Sussex Wildlife, looks at ‘Natura 2000’ - the formal term for the European network of protected areas established through the nature directives.