Archive of: Southerham

  • 25 May 2014

    Burnt Orchids

    Author Graeme LyonsSenior Ecologist burnt orchid / Graeme LyonsFor the last five years I have looked for the mythical burnt orchids that Reserve Officer Steve Tillman found around ten years ago at Southerham

     
  • 21 March 2014

    Take the Sussex Downs Wildlife Challenge

    Thank you for helping us raise 50% of our Sussex Downs Appeal targetAuthor Richard CobdenDigital Media OfficerTo celebrate reaching the half-way point in our

     
  • 20 March 2014

    Wheatear: The arrival of the white-arsed vanguard of summer

     
  • 17 September 2013

    16.09.13 A late summer stroll to Oxteddle Bottom

    Today's walk took us up to Oxteddle Bottom to look at the landscape and the mini-landscapes created on the downland by yellow meadow ants (the subject of my article this month in Viva Lewes). The sun mostly shone and encouraged some activity from the last of this year's butterflies. Adonis

     
  • 26 August 2013

    26.08.13 The hills have flies

    There are plenty of butterfly beauties on the Downs at the moment - but here's a real beast; the hornet robberfly. This magnificent monster is Britain's biggest fly. Hornet robberfly / Mike MullisIt