Share your special wildlife experiences
Published: 14 Oct 2022
Share your wildlife experience
One of the things we love hearing about at Sussex Wildlife Trust is those special moments where you’ve connected with nature. That might be hearing Nightingales sing as you walk to work, sitting in your garden and catching a glimpse of a Hedgehog or perhaps the first time you saw a particular species of fungi.
Between a rock and a hard place!
The major factor that makes the wildlife of Sussex so varied is our remarkably diverse geology. The chalks, clays and greensands, flints and cobbles of our bedrocks and substrates ultimately defines the distribution of our flora, fauna and fungi.
Watch David Nash, Professor of Physical Geography from University of Brighton celebrating Geodiversity Day at Seaford Head Nature Reserve to find out more.
- 13 October: Birds at Seaford Head - Free event
- 16 October: Ocean Hackathon - Free event for 16-25 year olds
- 21 October: Auks and Orcas - talk by Michael Blencowe
- 25 October: Woods Mill Autumn Holiday Club - 6-11 year olds