Archive of: Wildlife

  • Children's nature clubs

    Children's nature clubs

    Our Nature Tots (3-6yrs) Wildlife Watch (5-11 yrs) & Wildlife Rangers (12-16 yrs) groups are run by fully trained Forest School Leaders, providing a wonderful opportunity for families to experience nature.

  • Behind the Lens with Tom Lee

    Behind the Lens with Tom Lee

    Tom Lee from Crowborough talks to us about his love of wildlife and photography and how retirement has given him a chance to explore both even more.

  • Towards a Wilder Sussex - we are all in this together

    Towards a Wilder Sussex - we are all in this together

    Director of Conservation Henri Brocklebank on a Wilder Sussex, and how we might genuinely make Sussex more wild? “We don’t want small, isolated victories. We want to turn the tide of the fortunes of wildlife.”

  • Short-eared owls

    Short-eared owls

    It’s been a good year for ‘shorties’ in Sussex so far this winter, so keep your eyes peeled.

  • Rye Harbour Wetlands

    Rye Harbour Wetlands

    New saltmarsh dramatically increases numbers of waders and wildfowl!

  • Mistle thrush

    Mistle thrush

    Winter is a good time to look for mistle thrush, while the trees are bare, as males tend to perch up on the highest branches to sing