Archive of: Wildlife Advice

  • What to do if you find a young bird out of the nest

    Embed our baby birds infographic on your site!Copy and paste the code below<div style="text-align: center; width: 100%;"><a href="http://ow.ly/w2gvb"><img src="http://ow.ly/w2gcG" alt="Sussex Wildlife Trust baby bird out of the nest"
  • Toad on the road

    toad crossing / Neil FletcherAuthor Jess PriceConservation OfficerThe snowdrops are out and birds are singing, spring is definitely on its way. Soon to follow will be the great migration of common toads. Toads
  • Project Polecat

    polecat / Darin SmithAuthor Jess PriceConservation OfficerThe Vincent Wildlife Trust is undertaking the third national polecat survey and need your help collecting records.Polecats are members of the Mustelid family, which includes otter,
  • How to feed your garden birds

    Author Neil FletcherInterpretation OfficerWe get lots of people asking us about the best way to feed garden birds."What's the best bird food?", "How do I clean my feeders?","When should I feed the birds?" , "Should I put water out?"So we have produced a couple of video guides to help you
  • To feed or not to feed?

    diseased greenfinch / Tom ForwardAuthor Tom ForwardGatwick Greenspace PartnershipCommunity Project OfficerWith the falling temperatures we decided to top up the bird feeders today for the first time this season. It is always a
  • How can I save water in my garden?

    watering can / Friedemann-Wulff-WoestenAuthor Jess PriceConservation OfficerWith temperatures pushing 30 degrees and no end in sight to the current heatwave, gardeners are concerned about keeping their plants watered. Here is some advice to help
  • Helping thirsty wildlife

    thirsty hedgehogs / Mark DavisAuthor Jess PriceWith scorching temperatures finally heralding the arrival of summer, Sussex Wildlife Trust is asking people to please spare a thought for thirsty wildlife by putting out

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