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The Nature of Change: David Streeter

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Celebrating the Past Fifty Years …

Celebrating the Past Fifty Years
David Streeter MBE, President, Sussex Wildlife Trust

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  • 1. Sussex Wildlife Trust Celebrating 50 years of Wildlife Conservation in Sussex David Streeter
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  • 3. Society for the Promotion of Nature Reserves Nathaniel Charles Rothschild 1877-1923 Photo: Clarisse Strasser Formed Society for the Promotion of Nature Reserves, May 1912 Published set of provisional schedules of areas in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland worthy of preservation, August 1915 284 sites identified in UK, 182 in England
  • 4. The Rothschild Schedules 1915
  • 5. Ashdown Forest Amberley Wild Brooks Selsey Bill Lewes Downs Hempstead Wood Camber Castle Kingley Bottom Chichester Harbour Rothschild Schedule - Sussex
  • 6. 1 Amberley Wild Brooks
  • 7.  
  • 8. Amberley Wild Brooks
  • 9. Amberley Wild Brooks
  • 10. Amberley Wild Brooks
  • 11. Amberley Wild Brooks
  • 12. Amberley Wild Brooks
  • 13. Amberley Wild Brooks
  • 14. Amberley Wild Brooks SSSI SPA SAC Ramsar RSPB SWT
  • 15. 2 Ashdown Forest
  • 16. Ashdown Forest SSSI SPA SAC incl. LNR SWT SWT Ashdown Forest Report 1961
  • 17. 3 Camber Castle
  • 18. Camber Castle
  • 19. 3 Rye Harbour
  • 20. Camber Castle
  • 21. Camber Castle
  • 22. SSSI SPA SAC Ramsar LNR SWT Camber Castle
  • 23. 4 Chichester Harbour
  • 24. Chichester – Langstone Harbour
  • 25. Chichester – Langstone Harbour AONB and SAC boundaries With Pilsey Island LNR
  • 26. Chichester Harbour SSSI SPA SAC Ramsar incl. LNR AONB
  • 27. 5 Hempstead Wood First edition 1” Ordnance Survey (updated 1881) First edition Sussex sheet 6” Ordnance Survey First edition Sussex sheet 6” Ordnance Survey
  • 28. 5 Hempstead Wood Spiked Rampion Phyteuma spicatum Heath Fritillary, Melitaea athalia ‘ Insects and plants’
  • 29. Hempstead Wood Original site of Hempstead Wood superimposed on modern map
  • 30. Hempstead Wood Abbots Wood and surrounding area, (Ancient woodland shaded green) Remnant of Hempstead Wood with old hornbeam coppice, holly and oak.
  • 31. 6 Kingley Bottom
  • 32. Kingley Bottom
  • 33. Kingley Bottom ‘ Unique in Europe as a virgin yew forest’ SSSI SAC NNR
  • 34. 7 Lewes Downs
  • 35. Lewes Downs
  • 36. Lewes Downs
  • 37. Lewes Downs SSSI NNR SAC SWT
  • 38. 8 Selsey Bill
  • 39. Pagham Harbour
  • 40. Selsey Bill SSSI SPA Ramsar LNR SWT
  • 41.  
  • 42. Rothschild Schedule - Sussex Amberley Wild Brooks NP, SSSI, SPA, SAC, R, RSPB, SWT Ashdown Forest AONB, SSSI, SPA, SAC, inc LNR, SWT Camber Castle (Rye Harbour) SSSI, SPA, SAC, R, LNR, SWT Chichester – Langstone Harbour AONB, SSSI, SPA, SAC Hempstead Wood Lost Kingley Vale NP, SSSI. NNR, SAC Lewes Downs NP, SSSI, NNR, SWT Selsey Bill (Pagham Harbour) SSSI, SPA, R, LNR, SWT
  • 43. Rothschild Schedule - Sussex Amberley Wild Brooks NP, SSSI, SPA, SAC, R, RSPB, SWT Ashdown Forest AONB, SSSI, SPA, SAC, inc LNR, SWT Camber Castle (Rye Harbour) SSSI, SPA, SAC, R, LNR, SWT Chichester – Langstone Harbour AONB, SSSI, SPA, SAC Hempstead Wood Lost Kingley Vale NP, SSSI. NNR, SAC Lewes Downs NP, SSSI, SAC, NNR, SWT Selsey Bill (Pagham Harbour) SSSI, SPA, R, LNR, SWT
  • 44. The Future
  • 45. Thanks to: Sussex Biological Records Centre Penny Green Colin Pratt Tim Sands Alan Stewart