For most animals finding enough food to eat in winter can be difficult when insects or green plants are in short supply. Some animals solve this problem by hibernation so with this in mind enjoy our photo gallery of some … Continue reading
Author Ronnie Reed What is three centimetres long, pale yellow, hairy and can stop a group of 14 children in their tracks? The answer; a pale tussock moth caterpillar. When we run children’s events down here at the Seven Sisters … Continue reading
I went to search for dog stinkhorn today at Ebernoe Common.
Author Kathy Green Blackberry and apple jelly, marrow and ginger jam, plum chutney, potatoes in sacks, onions in strings, the delectably sweet raspberry eased gently from its hull, the fragrant crunch of a carrot just pulled from the soil, the … Continue reading
Author Jess Price I’m not scared of spiders, but I have to admit I did get a bit of a fright on Sunday – I managed to walk straight through a large web that was suspended across my back door. … Continue reading
Author Ronnie Reed Summer has crept out of the back door leaving behind empty fields of yellow stubble. The season has turned and the colours are seeping from the verges as the flowers fade. The soft green teasels that grew … Continue reading