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    • Fox cubs in the garden

      Fox cubs in the garden

      Fox cubs are now old enough to explore and play makes up an important part of their day

    • Stickleback

      Stickleback

      There are many things to fear if you’re a tadpole, but one of the most formidable tadpole predators is the stickleback.

    • New Circular Technology Disrupts Fashion

      New Circular Technology Disrupts Fashion

      Circular fashion has arrived, t-shirts made again from worn out t-shirts. Plastic free organic material, wasteless printing powered by renewable energy.

    • A vision for climate and flood resilience

      A vision for climate and flood resilience

      The Environment Agency (EA) launched their draft National Flood and Coastal Erosion Risk Management Strategy for England. It’s a fairly sobering, if upbeat account of how in the face of climate change, it is no longer realistic to manage increasingly intense flooding and sea level rise with limitlessly high flood walls and barriers.

    • European Elections 2019

      European Elections 2019

      ​Whatever your view of the opportunities and threats posed by Brexit we are now in a situation where the UK can take part in the European elections on 23 May. And whatever we may feel about Brexit, there are certainly far bigger issues that must be addressed and maybe these elections could send a message via our elected representatives.

    • Speckled Wood

      Speckled Wood

      There is a subtle beauty to the speckled wood butterfly, whose wings are patterned to perfectly mimic the gentle dance of dappled sunlight on the woodland floor.

    • April 2019 - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sightings

      April 2019 - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sightings

      ​This is the month of amazing changes in the natural world with birds arriving / leaving / migrating and many insects and flowers appearing. We enjoyed some exceptionally warm weather, a few April showers and lots of lovely wildlife.

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