At night in the drying reedbed @ryeharbour_NR several small mammals come out to hunt for small animals. From one recent night the trail camera caught:— Sussex Wildlife Trust 🦔 (@SussexWildlife) September 27, 2021
Pygmy Shrew, then Harvest Mouse and Water Shrew. pic.twitter.com/CAsbJIBwsE
While collecting blackberries @ryeharbour_NR we found:— Sussex Wildlife Trust 🦔 (@SussexWildlife) September 27, 2021
Caterpillar of the Knot Grass moth
A Long-winged Conehead - once so rare in Britain it was on the Red Data List
An ichneumon wasp that's very difficult to identify to a species.
There's much to see in a bramble bush... pic.twitter.com/P7PeVOMHeV
Our Forest School rangers and Eco-warriors are getting stuck in as they support @SussexWildlife on Chailey Common. Today they are busy clearing silver birch trees to help protect the precious heathland. @nwpaptfa @wardenpark @tweetslt @MidSussexActive @midsussex_times pic.twitter.com/f6S24ifAPG— Northlands Wood (@Northlandstweet) September 27, 2021