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Tuesday 26th September

Sussex Wildlife Trust

Leading nature conservation organisation in Sussex
Stunning wildlife calendar will support nature conservation in Sussex

Stunning wildlife calendar will support nature conservation in Sussex

Sussex Wildlife Trust, the largest nature conservation charity in the county, has published its first printed calendar following requests from members and other supporters.

The Wilderness Wonder Fundraising Ball

The Wilderness Wonder Fundraising Ball

The Sussex Wildlife Trust's first ever fundraising ball will be held at Folkington Manor near Eastbourne on the 17th of September.

My Wild Sussex Photo Competition

My Wild Sussex Photo Competition

Sussex Wildlife Trust is looking for beautiful and awe-inspiring wildlife and landscape photographs to grace the pages of their 2016 online calendar.

Birding for Beginners at Woods Mill

Birding for Beginners at Woods Mill

An Introduction to Birds and Birdwatching .

Choose your wildlife winner

Choose your wildlife winner

Vote now for your favourite wildlife image in Sussex Wildlife Trust’s popular photographic competition Rain or Shine

New Appointment

New Appointment

Elvin Bourne has been appointed as Sussex Wildlife Trust’s Chief Operating Officer. In this new role for the organisation, Mr Bourne provides high level business support to the Chief Executive, ensuring Sussex Wildlife Trust delivers its strategic aims and objectives.

Helping Hands

Helping Hands

If you’re interested in wildlife and enjoy working outdoors then Sussex Wildlife Trust is looking for conservation volunteers to help at local nature reserves in your area.

Whatever the Weather

Whatever the Weather

Whether it’s raining ‘cats and dogs’ or we’re in the middle of a summer heat wave, the British weather is always a hot topic of conversation. To celebrate our ever-changing weather, Sussex Wildlife Trust is looking for 12 beautiful wildlife photographs to create an online calendar for 2014.

Hoo-Who's-That?

Hoo-Who's-That?

Look out for Sussex Wildlife Trust’s eye-catching vehicle bringing wildlife news and views to a venue

New Wildlife Recruit

New Wildlife Recruit

Sam Buckland, aged 24, from Lindfield in West Sussex has been chosen as Sussex Wildlife Trust’s volunteer assistant reserves officer thanks to a grant from the Prince’s Countryside Fund.

Fascinating Facts about…pyramidal orchids

Fascinating Facts about…pyramidal orchids

Wild orchids can be found across Sussex as we’re fortunate enough to have the right climate and geology. During July look out for the distinctive pyramidal orchid with its head of bright pink flowers.