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Bioblitz surveys reveal baby bank voles

Posted on 27th August 2015 by WWT Arundel

This entry is the text from  Paul Steven’s Wildlife Sightings column for August 27. Paul’s column runs weekly in the Chichester Observer, Littlehampton Gazette and the Worthing Herald. The wardens and [...]

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Swallows swing southward & so are many others

Posted on 6th August 2015 by WWT Arundel

This is WWT Arundel Wildlife Sightings that column runs every Thursday  in the Chichester Observer, Worthing Herald and Shoreham Herald. We had a juvenile cuckoo in the car park last week. The youngster seems to be fully[...]

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Ruby-tailed wasps dazzle visitors

Posted on 3rd July 2015 by WWT Arundel

Many visitors have noticed a high number of ruby-tailed wasps sunny themselves  on the chestnut fence rails this week. Even our centre manager Dave Fairlamb was praising the beauty of these dazzling solitary wasps on the[...]

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Don't go buggy on the A27, travel by train to Insect Weekend with [...]

Posted on 25th June 2015 by WWT Arundel

Want a day out with the family this weekend but are worried about the Festival of Speed slowing down the traffic on the A27? Instead take the train to visit Arundel Wetland Centre and get 2 for 1 admission! Visit &hellip[...]

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Sightings on Sunday 20 June

Posted on 21st June 2015 by WWT Arundel

Ramsar Hide   Gadwall Tufted duck Black-headed gulls and chicks Mute Swan Herring Gull     Reedbed Hide Tufted duck & ducklings Reed Warbler Sedge warblers Reed bunting Swallows Water voles    [...]

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Wild food & medicine workshop this weekend

Posted on 18th June 2015 by WWT Arundel

There are still places available on this Saturday’s Wild Food & Medicine workshop at WWT Arundel Wetland Centre. Bushcraft bard Jonathon Huet teaches you to make wild snacks and a healing ointment while identifying [...]

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A Natural Partnership with Aldingbourne Trust

Posted on 12th June 2015 by WWT Arundel

WWT Arundel Wetland Centre has joined forces with the Aldingbourne Trust and on a joint horticulture project. The Aldingbourne Trust supports adults with learning disabilities across West Sussex and their flagship site is[...]

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Art is for the birds this June at WWT Arundel

Posted on 11th June 2015 by WWT Arundel

Visitors can see meet wildlife artist Desiree Hart, watch wood carving with the Bentley Wildlife Carvers or create their own art at workshops this June at Arundel Wetland Centre. Meet wildlife artist Desiree Hart on June [...]

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Discover wildlife on Sussex Day at Arundel Wetland Centre

Posted on 11th June 2015 by WWT Arundel

June 16 is Sussex Day and Arundel Wetland Centre is celebrating the wildlife of Sussex with a series of walks and talks. The Sussex Wildlife Day event at Arundel Wetland Centre begins with WWT Guides in the Hides from 10[...]

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Big yellow duck named for little yellow duck fan

Posted on 19th May 2015 by WWT Arundel

We name our new ducky mascot to highlight organ donors project WWT Arundel Wetland Centre asked spring visitors to help name their new six foot tall, bright yellow inflatable duck.  Archie, Quackers, Dizzee, Cuddles and [...]

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