Archive of: Sarah Ward
20 June 2022
Are dolphins quite what they seem? In the heroes and villains stakes, you might get a surprise.
08 June 2022
Sussex Wildlife Trust is excited to be partnering with the University of Plymouth and Sussex Inshore Fisheries & Conservation Authority (IFCA) on a new project which uses novel technology to understand the movement of fish in our local area.
19 January 2022
New report really highlights that the ‘Marine Super Year’ 2021 was a missed opportunity for ocean action.
09 November 2021
Sarah Ward talks invites the public to participate in a bespoke recording scheme created for the kelp restoration project
25 April 2021
Feet aren’t really a body part you’d associate with creatures living in an aquatic environment; most animals swim effortlessly, drift in the current, or crawl across the sea bed. However, one group of marine animals do indeed have feet, just not in the same sense that us land-lubbers have them.
08 April 2021
Dr Ian Hendy (University of Portsmouth) and Sarah Ward (Sussex Wildlife Trust) answer your questions about the exciting kelp forest restoration project
29 March 2021
When we think of nests, our thoughts immediately go to birds, building intricate shelters in which to lay their eggs and rear their newborns. However, a number of fishes also create nests
23 February 2021
Finding a suitable shell can be quite the challenge for a small crab in a big ocean, and this life constraint has caused a number of quite unique behaviours to have evolved in hermit crabs, allowing them to find their ideal home.
21 December 2020
We have finally reached the end of 2020, and what a year it has been for all the wrong reasons. But we were lucky enough to get out and about on the shore a few times over the summer to create some videos for National Marine Week
29 November 2020
As the winter weather arrives, we often get stormy and turbulent seas, resulting in all sorts of things washed up on our beaches.
26 October 2020
The oceans are full of strange and scary looking beasts, but there are some creatures which are ready to celebrate Halloween all year round!
07 October 2020
Officers at the Sussex IFCA were surprised to find an Atlantic Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus thynnus) which had washed up on the shores of Chichester Harbour.