Wildlife of Sussex and its management (Ticketed) FULL

Tuesday 14 June 2016
Talk begins at 6.30pm. Refreshments at 6pm.

The talk

This illustrated talk will discuss the important local habitats in Sussex of West Dean wood, Kingley Vale and Chichester Harbour and explain how these nature reserves work. The coppiced woodland of West Dean with it prolific wild flowers, birds and insects are all dependent on good management, and the reserves of Kingley and Chichester Harbour demonstrate how long term management benefits the wildlife, birds and flowers.

The speaker

Richard Williamson has spent 40 years studying the wildlife of West Sussex and beyond and regularly shares his knowledge through nature columns in local papers. He is much sought after as a leader of nature walks and talks.

Participant information

All talks start at 6.30pm, last for about 1–1½ hours, with tea, coffee & cake available between 6pm-6.30pm in Crawley Hall.

Fee

£12 per person, £10 for Museum Friends, £5 for Weald & Downland Museum volunteers

Booking

To book call 01243 811021 or download our booking form here.