Archive of: Sue Curnock

  • Bamboozled by camera buttons? Help is at hand

    14 April 2016

    Bamboozled by camera buttons? Help is at hand

    Find out first-hand what it like to go on a Sussex Wildlife Trust photography course

  • Boxing Clever

    23 February 2016

    Boxing Clever

    Many of us like to feed the birds in our gardens, but do we think about giving them somewhere to nest close by and raise a family?

  • Nature Tots – why DO we turn out on a wet Wednesday morning?

    06 December 2015

    Nature Tots – why DO we turn out on a wet Wednesday morning?

    Find out what the Nature Tots have been up to this year in their end of season report 2015

  • Every Child Wild

    03 November 2015

    Every Child Wild

    Sima Kotecha from BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, spent the morning with 12 Nature Tots aged 3-4 years and their parents. Concerned about children’s growing disconnection from the natural world, Sima was interested visit the Sussex Wildlife Trust to find out the difference between playing in the woods and going to a park or your own back garden.

  • 19 August 2014

    Our wildlife wild ride

  • 22 May 2014

    When is a spotted redshank not red?

  • 15 May 2014

    Be Nice to Nettles

    peacock butterfly caterpillar / Filma DyerAuthor Sue CurnockNature Tots OfficerNational Be Nice to Nettles Weekis here and the Sussex Wildlife Trust is celebrating the butterflies of the nettle patch.

  • 08 May 2014

    Things that make you go 'Oooh'

    kingfisher / Paul RobardsAuthor Sue CurnockNature Tots OfficerAnother hidden gem discovered on Mike Russell's bird watching course; the glorious Loder Valley Nature Reserve (part of Wakehurst Place near Ardingly, access permit required). Mike knows

  • 16 April 2014

    River Song

  • 17 March 2014

    Walk like an Egyptian

    Author Sue CurnockNature Tots Officer Egyptian Goose / Andreas Trepte, must be one of the luckiest bird watching groups to venture out into the countryside around Woods Mill

  • 05 March 2014

    Reds and tails

  • 05 February 2014

    Duck Diary