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NEWS FEED: Conservation

Nature’s population loss – what can be done to turn the tide?

July 10th, 2019

This World Population Day we want to talk about an international crisis – the population collapse of animal and plant species around the world. Did you know that since 1970 we’ve lost 60% of vertebrate populations globally, with many now on the endangered species list? And, when it comes to insects – a key indicator […]

Barn owl update – July 2019

July 2nd, 2019

It has been six weeks since our first barn owl egg hatched. At around six weeks old, well fed owlets can be 100g heavier than the adults. Over the last three weeks the ‘owlets’ have been busy. The very thin covering the owlets develop after hatching has been replaced with a thicker down, allowing them […]

Build your tan and help our butterflies

June 27th, 2019

Seeing the first butterfly of the season is nature’s little way of teasing us that summer is here so we can break out the sunscreen and plan for some lazy afternoons to quietly work on our tan.  Like people, every butterfly is uniquely beautiful. They are a symbol of change, rebirth, growth, endurance and life. […]

Wild Chalk is coming back to Brighton!

June 27th, 2019

Following on from a successful first year in 2018, ‘Wild Chalk‘ is coming back to Brighton. Taking place at East Brighton Park on Sunday 21 July 2019, ‘Wild Chalk’ is a free family fun day championing the rare and beautiful chalk grassland habitat of the South Downs National Park, raising the profile and awareness of this unique […]

5 Facts About Our Heritage Coast

June 4th, 2019

The impressive chalk cliffs of the Seven Sisters are one of the iconic features of the South Downs National Park. For many walkers and hikers, the view of the ocean from Cuckmere Haven marks the culmination of their 100 mile trek from Winchester across the South Downs Way. Oceans are vitally important. Not only do […]

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