Archive of: Wildlife

  • Tots' Hedgerow Harvest

    Tots' Hedgerow Harvest

    Nature Tots have been picking blackberries to make delicious smoothies and natural paints

  • Wild woodland fun for under-5s

    Wild woodland fun for under-5s

    Bring your children along this September to explore the woods, meadows or beach with Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Forest School Leaders

  • Where have all the garden birds gone?

    Where have all the garden birds gone?

    You may have noticed that the birds have been a bit quiet lately. After the cacophony of spring birdsong and the non-stop parenting of a busy breeding season, the garden can seem a little empty in late summer. There’s a distinct lack of singing, the feeders are no longer crowded and the branches are bare - where have all the birds gone?

  • Kingfisher

    Kingfisher

    Sleek and aerodynamic, with lightning reflexes and deadly accuracy, the kingfisher is the ultimate angler.

  • Black and white butterflies

    Black and white butterflies

    Some of our most beautiful butterflies are the least colourful. Shying away from the garish yellow of the Brimstone and the exuberant red of the Peacock, the whites have chosen a sleek, minimalist look.

  • Waders at Rye Harbour and beyond

    Waders at Rye Harbour and beyond

    Waders are such special birds and their evocative calls can take us back to the wild places where we first heard them…

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