Sussex is one of the best parts of the UK to see butterflies, thanks to its diverse range of habitats. Sign up for the Sussex Wildlife Trust butterfly course today and get top tips on how to spot 40 species of butterfly that you can find right here in Sussex. You’ll be sent a video every day for eight days, and learn all about butterfly behaviour, what plants they like and where you’re most likely to see them.
Presented by Michael Blencowe, from our Communities and Wildlife team, his passion and enthusiasm for butterflies is sure to turn you into an avid butterfly spotter!
The Spring/Summer issue of Wildlife magazine is being despatched this week and you should receive your issue shortly; look out for the beautiful Wood Anemone on the envelope and front cover. It’s a special issue of the magazine as 2021 marks the 60th anniversary of the founding of Sussex Wildlife Trust. Our Chief Executive, Tor Lawrence, celebrates our anniversary, and some of our members reflect on what the Trust means to them.
We also produce an online version of each issue of the magazine, so you can choose to receive the magazine in a digital format as well as, or instead of, the printed edition. If you’d like to read Wildlife online in the future, please register here.