Sussex Wildlife Trust: The return of the celluloid heroesFebruary 1st, 2019Sleek muscular physique. Dynamic aquatic killer. Mysterious enigmatic loner. You can see why otters shared the cinema box office with James Bond in the Sixties and Seventies. Otters are natural film stars, the Sean Connery of British mammals (with a slightly hairier chest).Read More
Sussex Wildlife Trust: Mistletoe.December 2nd, 2018It’s certainly easy to see why mistletoe could appear to hold mystical qualities. As autumn strips a tree back to its bark bones it reveals an evergreen mistletoe heart; a beacon of life in the dead of winter.Read More
Sussex Wildlife Trust: Mother nature bites back - horsefliesSeptember 4th, 2018On hot, calm days horseflies launch an airborne offensive against us, using some impressive aerial manoeuvres which have been compared to the ‘Immelmann Turn’ perfected by WWI fighter pilots.Read More
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