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Author: WWT Arundel


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Beetlemania - scarce bug recorded

Posted on 19th July 2014 by WWT Arundel

June 4: WWT Arundel grounds warden Terry Clements kicked off beetlemania among staff on June 4 when he found a Greater Silver Water Beetle in the Icelandic Pen near the feeders. These endangered beetles are mainly found [...]

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Expert says notable dragonfly is breeding at Arundel Wetland Centre

Posted on 19th July 2014 by WWT Arundel

A dragonfly that only breeds on 5 rivers in the UK has been discovered at Arundel Wetland Centre. A club-tailed dragonfly was photographed by Warden Paul Stevens on Sun 22 June, leading experts to believe it is breeding [...]

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Count yourself in for the Big Butterfly Count 2014

Posted on 19th July 2014 by WWT Arundel

Arundel Wetland Centre urges you to get outside for the Big Butterfly Count this summer. Visitors to the wetland nature reserve can pick up the official Big Butterfly Count ID chart free at the admissions desk in the [...]

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Bats on maternity leave

Posted on 8th July 2014 by WWT Arundel

This is Paul Steven’s weekly Wildlife Sightings column written  June 7,  appearing in the Chichester Observer, the Littlehampton Gazette, the Bognor Regis Observer, the Shoreham Herald and the Worthing Herald. I [...]

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Arun Riverlife becoming a lush habitat for wildlife

Posted on 2nd June 2014 by WWT Arundel

This is Paul Steven’s weekly Wildlife Sightings column appears in the Chichester Observer, the Littlehampton Gazette, the Bognor Regis Observer, the Shoreham Herald and the Worthing Herald. Last summer our Arun [...]

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Mandarin ducks take to the trees to nest

Posted on 12th May 2014 by WWT Arundel

Paul Steven’s weekly Wildlife Sightings column appears in the Chichester Observer, the Littlehampton Gazette, the Bognor Regis Observer, the Shoreham Herald and the Worthing Herald. A least one pair of mandarin ducks [...]

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Displaying sedge warbler and visiting turtle dove

Posted on 6th May 2014 by WWT Arundel

Paul Steven’s weekly Wildlife Sightings column appears in the Chichester Observer, the Littlehampton Gazette, the Bognor Regis Observer, the Shoreham Herald and the Worthing Herald. May 6: LAST SUNDAY I watched a male [...]

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Discover Birds in a weekend of walks, talks, song and art

Posted on 18th February 2014 by WWT Arundel

Discover Birds at WWT Arundel Wetland Centre in a weekend of walks, talks, music and art! Whether you’re a beginning birder or a seasoned twitcher you will enjoy workshops on field craft and birdsong, music with the [...]

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Exotic geese return to WWT Arundel

Posted on 30th January 2014 by WWT Arundel

A gaggle of exotic geese  returned to the collection at Arundel Wetland Centre on Wednesday (Jan 29) afternoon. High water levels earlier this month forced WWT Arundel to move 60 of its geese to  WWT Slimbidge in [...]

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Mole and vole saved during high waters

Posted on 13th January 2014 by WWT Arundel

Paul Steven’s weekly Wildlife Sightings column appears in the Chichester Observer, the Littlehampton Gazette, the Bognor Regis Observer, the Shoreham Herald and the Worthing Herald. Mon 13 Jan: Water levels remained [...]

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