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    • Goose Barnacle, Barnacle Goose

      Goose Barnacle, Barnacle Goose

      Goose Barnacles, can be found in their thousands still clinging to their driftwood raft on the strandline, They once puzzled people for hundreds of years.

    • Denizens of the Dark

      Denizens of the Dark

      At this time of the year there is always much excitement around the appearance of the first bumblebee or the first butterfly, and why not?

    • Wild Daffodils at West Dean Woods

      Wild Daffodils at West Dean Woods

      In Sussex, Wild Daffodils are locally frequent with the majority found in old woods on the Weald. This was a common plant but is significantly declining due to agricultural improvement of meadows and mismanaged woodlands.

    • Slipper Limpet

      Slipper Limpet

      Along our Sussex beaches there are millions of shells of the Common Slipper Limpet - so named because the empty shells resemble tiny slippers up to 50mm long.

    • There is no wealth but life

      There is no wealth but life

      If we win the war against nature, we will have crushed the very life support systems on which we depend. This will be our ultimate “Pyrrhic victory”.

      So what is driving us towards our own self destruction?

    • Early Birdsong

      Early Birdsong

      Birdsong is making a comeback. Just as we’ve got used to the relative quiet of the long winter months, the first tentative notes of nearly-spring spark an instant remembrance of what’s been missing all this time.

    • A27 Arundel - another opportunity to comment?

      A27 Arundel - another opportunity to comment?

      Did you know that Highways England have been running a 4 week consultation on the errors and mistakes in the 2019 consultation they ran on the options for improving the Arundel A27​? The deadline is this Sunday 1 March, but Highways England say you can only respond if you responded to the previous consultation AND the errors they are reporting would have changed your original response.

    • Beat the Bounds at Whitehawk Hill

      Beat the Bounds at Whitehawk Hill

      Join the Friends of Whitehawk Hill to ‘Beat the Bounds’ and demonstrate our love for this ancient and threatened landscape on Sunday 1 March 2020

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