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8 South Downs Challenges for the Bank Holiday

April 24th, 2017

As the days lengthen we all itch to get out outside and experience more of the great outdoors.  If you’re stuck for ideas on how to experience the majesty of nature and landscape in the South Downs then look no further, set your sights on some of these challenges… Climb to the top of the highest point […]

John Muir Award in the South Downs National Park

April 21st, 2017

‘In every walk with Nature one receives far more than he seeks’ – John Muir Do you like being outside in the fresh air? Do you like discovering new places? Do you want to help look after the wildlife and beauty of the South Downs? If the answer is yes to any of these questions […]

Barn Owls lay eggs for Easter

April 18th, 2017

The First Eggs Over Easter our Barn Owls decided to have some eggs of their own! The first was seen on Saturday 15th April at 7.25am but could have been laid overnight or the evening before. The second was first seen last night at 18.54 by one of our keen watchers. Compared to last year […]

Volunteers needed to ‘nanny’ goats in the South Downs National Park

April 10th, 2017

Volunteers are needed to support conservation work in the South Downs National Park by looking out for a newly arrived herd of 12 goats, brought in to help restore rare chalk grassland near Upper Beeding in West Sussex. The rare-breed ‘Bagot’ goats – which go by the names of Frances, Iona, Grace, Gloria, Gina, Gladys, […]

Green fingers at the ready

April 10th, 2017

It’s National Garden Week (10-16 April 2017) so here are some ideas on how you can get inspired and bring a little bit of wild to your garden, however big or small… Bee Creative The Wildlife Trusts have some top tips on encouraging bees to your garden this spring such as: Growing nectar and pollen-rich […]

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