Contect with Sussex Wildlife Trust on your social networks
There are many ways to keep in touch with the work of Sussex Wildlife Trust via blogs and networking websites including Twitter, YouTube, Pinterest, Flickr and Facebook. We would love you to get involved too by adding your suggestions, photos and videos.
Below are introductions to these different networks and links if you would like to get involved. All of these websites require you to join before you can add comments or content. Whilst we do monitor content to ensure it is appropriate to our work, please be aware these are third-party websites not managed by Sussex Wildlife Trust.
What is Twitter?
Twitter is a service for people with shared interests to communicate and stay connected through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing?
Sussex Wildlife Trust uses this site to post links to current work and other items of interest.
What is Google plus?
Google plus is a social network combining elements of facebook & twitter, backed up with the might of Google. Great intergration with other Google service such as YouTube.
Sussex Wildlife uses this site to hightlight areas of our work & share other posts of interest.
What is Flickr?
Flickr is a popular photo sharing website. Users can upload images and comment of other people's photographs.
Sussex Wildlife Trust has formed a group for people to share their images of Sussex wildlife and wild places. Some of these images are also used on this website.
What is Tumblr?
Tumblr is a micro-blogging platform that allows users to post text, images, videos, links, quotes and audio to their tumblelog. It sits half-way between twitter and a full blog.
Sussex Wildlife Trust uses Tumblr for short post about our work, with lots of images, videos and audio. You can also ask us questions via our Tumblr page.
What is Foursquare?
Foursquare is a mobile application that is a cross between a friend-finder, a guide to help you explore new places, and a game that rewards you for doing interesting things. Foursquare lets you "check in" to a place when you're there, tell friends where you are, and track the history of where you've been--and who you've been there with.
Sussex Wildlife Trust has added our nature reserves to foursquare. Users can also leave tips and comments about the sites. You can 'check-in' to Sussex Wildlife Trust nature reserves from your smartphone app.
What is Facebook
Facebook is the largest social networking website and helps keep people in touch with friend, family and others with shared interests. Users can add and comment on message, photos, video and much more.
Sussex Wildlife Trust uses this site to post details of our work and campaigns and to get feedback from supporters.
What is YouTube?
YouTube is a video sharing website. Videos are usually short and filmed on video cameras or mobile phones.
You can view Sussex Wildlife Trust video's on our YouTube video channel. These include videos of Sussex wildlife & films about conservation issues.
What is Pinterest?
Pinterest is a Virtual Pinboard that lets you organize and share all the beautiful things you find on the web.
Sussex Wildlife Trust uses it share our wonderful Sussex wildlife and wild places, and relevant pins from other users.
What is LinkedIn?
LinkedIn is a business-oriented, professional social networking site. Sussex Wildlife Trust has setup a group for interested members to learn about our work, job opportunities & discuss wildlife issues.
We also run a LinkedIn group for our Business Members.
What are Blogs and Podcasts?
A blog is a website, where content is added on an ongoing basis. Visitors can read what's new and then they can comment on it or link to it.
On Sussex Wildlife Trust's Blog we also include podcasts. These are audio clips which can either be listened to on your computer or downloaded to your mp3 player.The Sussex Wildlife Trust blog
Tony Whitbread's blog