Archive of: Nature Reserves 2

  • April is the cruellest month

    April is the cruellest month

    When T.S. Eliot wrote the first words of “The Waste Land” - April is the cruellest month, many people thought it was because the life and colour of spring ….

  • Doing the moth math

    Doing the moth math

    From 2004, when I began my employment at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, to late 2018 I ran a moth trap at Lime Kiln Cottage.

  • Wild daffodils

    Wild daffodils

    Wild daffodils may be harder to find but they do still grow in a few remaining fragments of their former range

  • Interview with Friends' Chair Cliff Dean

    Interview with Friends' Chair Cliff Dean

    After Cliff Dean, Chair of the Friends of Rye Harbour Nature Reserve, has handed over the key to Lime Kiln Cottage to Baxall Construction for the start of works on the Discovery Centre, we speak to him about what the project means to him.

  • Behind the Lens with Dr Barry Yates

    Behind the Lens with Dr Barry Yates

    Rye Harbour Nature Reserve manager Barry Yates talks to us about managing the reserve, and how he came to discover his love of wildlife photography

  • Nature Tots by the Sea

    Nature Tots by the Sea

    Learning and Engagement Officer Lucy Bowyer talks to us about Nature Tots at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve

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