Supporters News Sheet 2017

  MID SUSSEX BARN OWL CONSERVATION AREA SUCCESS.  The large barn owl conservation area created by the Woodland, Flora & Fauna Group in 2015/16 has yielded some very positive results for the species. 41 group boxes now provide nesting and roosting opportunities for the local population and the number of breeding pairs and young in […]

Supporters News Sheet 2015-16

MASSIVE COUNTRYSIDE BIODIVERSITY STUDY COMPLETED The Woodland, Flora & Fauna Group has finally achieved completion of the biodiversity study commenced in October 2004. In January 2016 the last activity for digitising the survey results and uploading to the SxBRC database was achieved. The biodiversity study commenced in late 2004. With countryside under increasing development pressure, […]

Supporters News Sheet 2014

BARN OWL PROJECT BRINGS RECORD SUCCESS The Woodland, Flora & Fauna Group is a volunteer group dedicated to protecting local countryside and wildlife. Since 2007 we have been fighting to conserve our local barn owl population with increasing year on year success. We are pleased to report that this year has been the best yet! […]

Supporters News Sheet 2013

A TALK BY MICHAEL BLENCOWE The Woodland, Flora & Fauna Group, a volunteer group dedicated to protecting local countryside and wildlife, invite you to an illustrated talk by Michael Blencowe, the butterfly and moth expert. He is the conservation officer for Sussex Butterfly Conservation who share close links with the Sussex Moth Group. He manages […]