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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” 3h
Sedum is a great garden plant for wildlife, providing nectar for butterflies and bees into the autumn
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” 4h
Join us for September's on Sunday 20 September between 10-11. Full details here:
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” 6h
The Cuckoo's a regular visitor to feast on the hairy caterpillars of Brown-tail Moth large when the birds first arrive back from Africa in April. The caterpillars overwinter on Bramble in groups in silk tents constructed in Sept by an army of the tiny, first stage caterpillars.
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Dom Greves 7h
It's taken me 10 years to get a photo (any photo) of a Hummingbird Hawk-moth. This one greeted me belatedly just outside the front door at dusk, teleporting between Verbana flowers for a precious few minutes. Amazing creatures! πŸ˜πŸ¦‹
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” 8h
Have you spotted it yet? πŸ‘€
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Alice Parfitt 9h
Lots of hoverflies on the Devil's-bit Scabious at Flatropers Wood. Sericomyia silentis and Didea fasciata the highlights.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” 21h
Next May - pay attention & you'll notice that it is the month when the Bramble is a great soundscape of birds nesting in it - Cettis' and Sedge Warblers, Lesser and Common Whitethroats (pictured) and Linnets.
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Veronica atalanta ❀️πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί 22h
Some fungi from Eridge Rocks reserve today - still very dry, but a few things were up
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The Wildlife Trusts Sep 16
The current planning system isn't working - but new reforms will make a bad situation worse. We must demand more. Wildbelt would see protection for land put into recovery for nature. Will you help by responding to the consultation? πŸ‘‡
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” 24h
We’re excited to launch our brand-new school guide! Full of learning sessions and resources focused on insects and habitats, each with its own detailed delivery plan. Download your free guide:
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Sep 17
Free dragonfly identification course - Photo Β© Sean Stones
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Sep 17
Replying to @LFishbourne
This is a Box Tree Moth
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Sep 17
Replying to @AnneAll27274859
Lovely, you may be interested in our free online dragonfly identification course >>
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Sep 17
Replying to @JAGpr @HorshamDC and 2 others
Sussex Wildlife Trust included our objections in our response to the Local Plan and we are continuing to make our objection clear at any opportunity
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High Weald AONB Sep 8
Exciting new : Land Management Proj Officer working across SE to reduce flooding & drought via Natural Flood Management & methods. Based at our Flimwell office:
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Sep 17
What is is the all-in-one nature reserve, kebab shop and goblin scarer? Michael Blencowe tells us more about the plant some gardeners hate - but wildlife loves - Ivy. Photo Β© Roger Wilmshurst
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Brighton Early Music Sep 17
Fantastic day filming yesterday at Woods Mill nature reserve with Piers Adams (recorders) and James Duncan of for a special programme on the songbirds of for broadcast 31 Oct
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Sep 16
Spend an evening in the company of Barry Yates and the wonderful wildlife
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Sep 16
This is an illustration of Bramble blossom from a 1902 edition of Familiar Wild Flowers. It says "The long-trailing stems are sometimes employed to bind the thatch on corn stacks".
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦” Sep 16
Thanks, it's always good to re-wild your timeline
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