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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ 6h
Would you like to enter this year's photo competition? The theme is Wilder Sussex & we're looking for 12 stunning images, capturing the best local wildlife or landscapes. Max 3 entries per person, must be min 300dpi & landscape only Β© Jamie Fielding
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ 21h
More in our 'animals enjoying water' series. Here we see some House Sparrows apparently having a fine time. We hope you enjoy your weekend, whatever you're doing!
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ 24h
Replying to @Leftwithnoparty
Lovely
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 16
We can see lots of blackberries in our hedgerows - humans love their juicy deliciousness, but so do lots of other species!
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 16
We've been trying to work out what's causing these distinctive hieroglyphic patterns on Alder leaves. Thanks to help from Twitter, we've found out it's the caterpillar of Hemichroa australis - a sawfly.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 16
Nature really does have the most interesting patterns, if you look out for them
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Andy Jenner Aug 16
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Daniel Greenwood Aug 16
It's a very happy in the kingdom of fungi. All the recent rain in southern England has given the boletes and bonnets of this world enough water to make an appearance above ground. Pics from 's amazing Ebernoe Common
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 15
If you'd like to know more about the Harvest Mouse, is running a course about them in Horsham in October. More details here
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 15
Another from our 'wildlife enjoying water' series - at a time we may be finding the August weather a little challenging. Did you know a group of Badgers is called a cete, although they are often called clans?
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 15
WildCall Officer Charlotte Owens tells us about our local seals - & the impressive ability their pups have to fatten up, fast! Essential to protect them through winter
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Finn Hopson Aug 15
New work from some pleasingly aimless woodland wandering in the . Getting lost is good for you.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 15
We thought you might enjoy the sight of a pair of Harvest Mice. Micromys minutus: the 'smallest tiny mouse'. Adults are the length of your thumb & the weight of a 20p coin. Newborns are truly minute.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 15
It's , & the weather is making it much more pleasant for a stroll enjoying nature. Peacock butterflies are feeding up at the moment, ready for their 6 month hibernation
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 15
Lovely to see blue skies and fluffy clouds today
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 15
This Little Egret was colour ringed as a chick at a reservoir in East London (91km away) in May this year & has been seen on 4 dates by 4 observers between 18 July - 6 Aug.
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 15
We value our members very highly, so do like to treat them well!
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 15
It’s a Meadow Brown, who have form. Bob Foreman from the , just commented,"Nice photo. And I think that every photo that I’ve seen of two butterflies of different species mating, one of them has always been a Meadow Brown"!
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Sussex Wildlife Trust πŸ¦‹ Aug 15
Living Landscapes Adviser Fran "It’s a pleasure to work with landowners who are passionate about the health of their local environment as well as their animals". How the knowledge of the ancients can help livestock health
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Pete Crawford Aug 15
Work with teacher quoted in article & run great education programmes ourselves. Need more 'nearby nature' so everyone has contact daily
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