Archive of: Wildlife

  • Window on Wildlife: garden birds

    Window on Wildlife: garden birds

    The uplifting role that wildlife plays in our lives has become more vital than ever. We’re in the middle of winter, but there are plenty of birds to be seen. This guide will help you identify some of the feathered friends you’re most likely to see - and hear - from home.

  • In the night garden with Daryl Peters

    In the night garden with Daryl Peters

    Daryl Peters has been a contributor to the Nature Table Facebook group for long time. Recently he has taken up a new technique for capturing wildlife at night in his garden

  • Behind the Lens with Andrew Holloway

    Behind the Lens with Andrew Holloway

    Andrew Holloway and his wife Isobel live in Haywards Heath and have been members of Sussex Wildlife Trust for over ten years. Andrew talks to us about his wildlife photography

    Andrew regularly shares wildlife photos on Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Facebook Nature Table group. We caught up with him over the phone to ask him about photography and lockdown

  • The weird and wonderful world of slime moulds

    The weird and wonderful world of slime moulds

    ​What’s definitely weird, has no brain, yet is remarkably intelligent? It’s not a plant, animal or fungi - even though it was thought to be for a long time - it’s a slime mould.

  • The Pongtastic Mr Fox

    The Pongtastic Mr Fox

    Winter is a busy season for foxes. If there are any living near you – and there probably are – you’ll be well aware of just how active they are at this time of year, yapping and screaming at all hours of the night and leaving plenty of unmistakable foxy scent.

  • 12 Snipe Drumming

    12 Snipe Drumming

    The festive carol ‘Twelve days of Christmas’ states that on the final day, a dozen drummers were drumming. In the avian world, those ‘drummers’ are most likely to be Common Snipe

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