Category: News

Mya Bambrick – 21 Wildlife Walks

SOS Council member Mya Bambrick is undertaking a project called ‘21 Wildlife Walks.’ She will be going on and vlogging 21 different wildlife walks across the UK before her 21st birthday in September, with the aim to raise £2100 for the BTO, raise awareness of species decline and different conservation issues. Locations include RSPB Arne, […]

Volunteering opportunity: Mid-week walks co-ordinator

SOS is seeking a person to take over from Audrey Wende to co-ordinate SOS’s mid-week walks for members. The role involves organising one mid-week walk a month, generally 11 walks a year (none in August), find potential walk leaders and liaise with the weekend walks co-ordinator. These events are attended by approximately 12 people and […]

BTO/GWCT breeding woodcock survey 2023

There is still time to sign up to take part in the full national survey of breeding woodcock running in 2023 organised by the BTO with the GWCT as partners. The last full national survey of breeding woodcock was in 2013. Indications from annual monitoring since 2013 suggest that the population may have decreased. The […]

Chichester Peregrine Group – Help Needed

Chichester’s Peregrine Group are appealing to SOS members to help with their Peregrine Open Days at Chichester Cathedral on Wednesday – Sunday from 10th June – 9th July on the Cathedral Green. Help is sought with the telescope/video feed viewing and interpretation. These Open Days continue to attract good numbers of people and this is […]

Nightjar Survey in Sussex

SOS are carrying out a county-wide Nightjar survey this summer and we are looking for volunteers to cover a number of 1km squares in known Nightjar areas in Sussex. The survey consists of 2 evening visits between late May and late July. The survey website, with available 1km squares is now up and running and […]

Center Parcs decision on Oldhouse Warren

SOS is thrilled by the news that Center Parcs have done the right thing in realising that Oldhouse Warren, a fantastic ancient woodland in the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is the wrong place for their next development. They have “analysed all the detail from surveys they have undertaken and concluded that the […]

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