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Jess Price is an information officer at the Sussex Wildlife Trust, the leading nature conservation organisation covering East Sussex, West Sussex and Brighton and Hove.

Jess Price is an information officer at the Sussex Wildlife Trust, the leading nature conservation organisation covering East Sussex, West Sussex and Brighton and Hove.

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    • © Finn Hopson Achieving a balance
    • ‘60% of species studied have declined over the last 50 years’. ‘The threats to the UK’s wildlife are many and varied’. © Tom Marshall State of Nature 2013
    • Pond dipping / investigation Fence building / practical Forest school / engagement© Elli Saunders © Mark Monk-Terry © SWT
    • © Amy Palko © Curious Expeditions
    • © Rye Harbour Nature Reserve © Sergey Yeliseev Two wildlife photographers fined £1100 for disturbing a pair of nesting white-tailed eagles on the Isle of Mull Tweets Tweets Following Followers Favourites Lists Follow Sussex Wildlife Sign up Photos and videos Worldwide Trends · Change Telecom Italia #Pollo 0 Bids #FIFA14 #BizAKPdenÖnce #quote End Date #AkPartiCumhuriyetinTeminatıdır Seoul Greenpeace © 2013 Twitter About Help Terms Privacy Blog Status Apps Resources Jobs Ads Advertisers Businesses Media Developers Directory 12,213 TWEETS 710 FOLLOWING 13,727 FOLLOWERS Sussex Wildlife @SussexWildlife Sussex Wildlife Trust is the leading nature conservation charity in East Sussex, West Sussex and Brighton. Tweets by Richard. Brighton, East and West Sussex · sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk Follow Sussex Wildlife @SussexWildlife Agree Buff ermine RT @mrjuliandicks @wildlife_uk @SussexWildlife any ideas please? It's eating lavender if that helps pic.twitter.com/NcHIoPlj7i 36m View photo Adam Vaughan @adamvaughan_uk Cuadrilla confirms its exploratory drilling at Balcombe has found hydrocarbons (surprise!) but doesn't say how much cuadrillaresources.com/news/cuadrilla… 17h Retweeted by Sussex Wildlife Expand Sussex Wildlife @SussexWildlife MT @wearewildthing: #ProjectWildThing is coming to @DukeofYorks in Brighton on 27th Oct >bit.ly/16Bnexd!! 17h Expand Sussex Wildlife @SussexWildlife Only 15 more people need for the #ProjectWildthing thunderclap. Help reconnect a generation with nature. ow.ly/p7tvG 20h View photo Sussex Wildlife @SussexWildlife Bike to Nature ow.ly/p7sZk @bheetweets @sustrans #brighton 20h Expand Sussex Wildlife @SussexWildlife A timelapse video of the recent high spring tide at Rye Harbour nature reserve ow.ly/p7dTw #rye 22h View media Sussex Wildlife @SussexWildlife Pevensey Nature Reserve bit.ly/16l2UG3 23 Sep Expand Sussex Wildlife @SussexWildlife Well done > @stusandell: Chuffed to see my pic of Albino Squirrel in print in this months - @WildlifeMag pic.twitter.com/jB2Lu36QBn 22 Sep View photo Full name Email Password
    • A regular supply of extra food can lead to artificially large numbers of ducks nesting in the area © Neil Fletcher RSPB 2012
    • © Neil Fletcher © Eiona R. ‘An estimated 75% of households provide food for wild birds at some point during the year’ ‘Nationally the bird feeding industry is estimated to be worth some £200 million annually’ British Trust for Ornithology British Trust for Ornithology
    • © Neonzu1 Froglife ‘If you want to do the best for wildlife, leave frogspawn where it is and let nature do the rest’
    • ‘What if everyone did this?’ © Neil Fletcher Couple’s creepy find becomes family pet (Shoreham Herald)
    • Common Blue WallHolly Blue GatekeeperSmall Copper Ringlet Meadow Brown SpeckledWood CommaMarbledWhite Red AdmiralPeacock SmallTortoiseshell Painted Lady LargeWhite SilverY mothSmallWhite Six-spot Burnet mothGreen-veinedWhite Brimstone Large Skipper IDENTIFICATION CHART Spend 15 minutes in a sunny spot. Use this chart to note how many of each species you see. Then submit your sightings,date and location at www.bigbutterflycount.org. Green-veinedWhite Meadow Brown ‘What we know about the state of the UK’s nature is often based upon the efforts of thousands of dedicated volunteer enthusiasts who contribute their time and expertise to species monitoring and recording schemes’. State of Nature 2013
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Grassy Wood Lambourn Farm Heath Farm Plumpton Wood Polecat Wood 16 14 11 13 15 8 18 9 17 12 10 1 7 3 5 4 6 30 32 2 536000 536000 537000 537000 119000 119000 Woods Mill, Henfield, W Sussex BN5 9SD Tel: 01273 497 558/557 Email: sxbrc@sussexwt.org.uk Website: www.sxbrc.org.uk Prepared for Plumpton Parish Group. Our Ref: ESD/11/253. 09.06.2011. Contains Ordnance Survey data © Crown copyright and database right 2011. 0 0.30.15 Km Plumpton Parish - Phase 1 Survey. ±plumptonwildlifegroup.weebly.com
    • www.sussexwildlifetrust.org.uk @SussexWildlife © Rob Phillips