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Work is continuing on the Threatened Species Project, initially funded by the Big Lottery, and we are now extending our key species to include hedgehogs in addition to dormice, reptiles and amphibians. We are now encouraging our members to perform hedgehog surveys in their gardens. For more information on the project, please see our Threatened Species Project pages

 

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Latest News

  • Pony Grazing Latest Following on from the last post, the ponies were finally released today (Monday 2nd June) 
    Posted 2 Jun 2014 13:56 by David Taplin
  • Pony Grazing - Update Following on from the last post, conservation grazing at Palesgate meadow has been approved by the Town Council Environment committee. Thanks go out to  the Town council for taking on ...
    Posted 4 Feb 2014 13:39 by David Taplin
  • Pony Grazing Crowborough Conservation is working with the Town Council and the Sussex Pony Grazing & Conservation Trust  to secure a sympathetic management regime for Palesgate meadow. The meadow, which is adjacent to ...
    Posted 4 Feb 2014 13:40 by David Taplin
  • Summer Sightings Despite the wet weather, there have still been plenty of wildlife sightings in and around our local nature reserves. We have found breeding evidence of the spectacular Golden-ringed dragonfly ...
    Posted 6 Jul 2012 06:42 by Haley Whittall
  • Toad Watch A highlight of early spring is amphibian breeding activity as frogs, toads and newts return to ponds to spawn.  A group of Crowborough Conservation members were able to witness this ...
    Posted 4 Apr 2012 09:26 by Haley Whittall
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Next Event

  • Bat Talk A talk by Jenny Clark.   Saturday 9th August Bats and the work of the Sussex Bat Hospital - Crowborough Community Centre 2 pm An afternoon with Jenny Clark and her bat ...
    Posted 2 Jun 2014 14:05 by David Taplin
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Latest Blog

  • Ghyll Visit The Autumn is here and today was my first experience of seeing Dormice ‘At Home’!Had a lovely walk in the Ghyll today with our conservators’, checking nest boxes for ...
    Posted 20 Sep 2012 13:51 by Haley Whittall
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