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Advice if you find a  young bird out of the nest

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Informative - thanks for sharing!
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Congratulations to Ryan Greaves for making the Mammal Society Photographer of the Year shortlist, with his water shrew photo.

 "Taken at Woods Mill nature reserve, West Sussex. At Sussex Wildlife Trust we have a decent population of water shrews on site due to the large number of ponds, streams and other water features. But you're very lucky to see more than a dash of black dash along the stream side banks! I was extremely chuffed to capture this shrew scurrying through the riverside vegetation!"

See more great mammal photos here:

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Face to face with a slow worm

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Oooh - saw one of these on Thursday for the first time ever whilst walking at Warnham nature reserve - great video!
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Malta – Massacre on migration:

The Sussex Wildlife Trust is supporting Chris Packham's campaign to raise awareness of about the slaughter of migrant birds on Malta. His mission is to generate wider awareness of this practice, with factual reports on the huge numbers of our migrant birds that are being shot.

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Lovely photo
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Here is our Nature Tots recipe for success.

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Very. goodk
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Our Marine Officer is heading off to the Kingmere Marine Conservation Zone (10km south-east of Littlehampton) with Sussex IFCA to survey for black bream nests today.

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Meadows do much more than just sit there & look pretty! Read Tony Whitbread's latest blog

#meadow #flowers #nature  
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Here's an infographic with tips on spotting native bluebells. Find out more about Sussex bluebells and where to see them here:

#bluebells   #flowers   #nature  
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Great tips
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Our Easter holiday clubs start next week. Venues include Tilgate Park, Crawley, Stanmer Park, Brighton & Seven Sisters. Book here:

Parents can drop their children off for a supervised session to enjoy a range of exciting games and activities including bug hunting, pond dipping, fire lighting, woodland survival skills, arts and craft.

#Sussex   #easterholidays   #nature  
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Sussex Wildlife Trust Woods Mill Henfield West Sussex BN5 9SD
The leading conservation organisation covering Brighton and Hove, East and West Sussex
Sussex Wildlife Trust is the leading conservation organisation working in Brighton, East Sussex and West Sussex, UK.

Our aim is simple: Taking Care of Sussex

We look after over 3000 acres of downland, woodland, wetland and heath.

Our work also includes environmental education, working with land owners, companies and local communities to conserve Sussex.

Join Sussex Wildlife Trust Today and help us Taking Care of Sussex.