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NEWS FEED

Have a Rangery day for World Ranger Day 2019

July 30th, 2019

To celebrate World Ranger Day 2019 our very own South Downs National Park ranger Chloe Goddard has got six ways for you to spend your World Ranger Day. Rangers from a variety of organisations help to look after nature reserves, green spaces, open access land, footpaths and bridleways across the National Park.  This year on […]

Owl smiles as chicks are ringed by scientists for monitoring scheme

July 30th, 2019

Three baby barn owls that have become “stars” of their own live webcam show have been ringed by scientists as part of a national initiative to monitor key bird species. Hundreds of people around the world have been following the daily trials and tribulations of the three chicks, who hatched around six weeks ago in […]

Beauty spot is accessible for all after Gatwick funding boost

July 29th, 2019

A once muddy and uneven path at a popular beauty spot has been transformed, thanks to a pioneering programme funded by Gatwick Airport to help make the National Park accessible for all. The Disabled Ramblers were all smiles as they tried out the new and refurbished path around Swanbourne Lake, near Arundel. The makeover involved […]

Working to restore nature in the South Downs

July 25th, 2019

Last year the Campaign for National Parks published a report calling on National Parks in England and Wales to do more to halt and reverse the loss of wildlife in Britain. We said at the time that it’s absolutely right for the Campaign for National Parks to set down the challenge when it comes to […]

Tips for staying cool when out in the National Park

July 23rd, 2019

Let’s face it, we’re not very good at dealing with heat in the UK. Sure, we might fare a bit better down here in the South East but when the mercury hits anything above 27°C, we’re soon wishing for the return of winter and a little bit of respite. So, what do you do when […]

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