The Natural History of Sussex
A podcast all about the wildlife of Sussex, England.
Episode 7 - Bank Holiday Seaside Special
May 25, 2012 02:46 AM PDT
We grab our bucket and spade and head to Rye Harbour where we meet Barry Yates and Chris Bentley who take us on a tour of this fantastic nature reserve. We find Mediterranean Gulls, Little Terns, Sea Pea, Pale Grass Eggar, Bombadier Beetle and fall in love with a spider.Episode 6: "The owls are not what they seem"
April 22, 2012 01:05 PM PDT
With spring in the air we talk incoming March migrants and emerging butterflies and go hiking on the South Downs in search of long-eared owls with guests Penny & Dave Green. Graeme brings his new friend to the podcast, Mat finds his own red kite, Michael rants about twitchers and we do our first (and last) film review.Episode 5: Bryophyte Club
March 14, 2012 03:32 AM PDT
We break the first & second rules of Bryophyte Club and talk Big Shaggy Moss, Paddyfield Warbler, Bittersweet Smudge, Black Panthers and Mittens. With special guest Bruce Middleton.Episode 4: A Smew Hope
January 15, 2012 02:51 PM PST
Graeme, Mat and Michael take to the road and compete in the Sussex Ornithological Society's annual New Year Bird Race. Get ready for some crazy almond-fuelled action as the boys put their eyes to the skies and the pedal to the metal.Episode 3: "I love the dark, but I hate nature"
December 13, 2011 08:47 AM PST
Hey you guys! Graeme, Mat and Michael talk fungi, fern thieves, sharks, seals and short-eared owls and go underground in search of bats, moths and spiders with special guest Tony Hutson.Episode 2: Some things in their natural state have the most vivid colours!
November 06, 2011 01:20 PM PST
Michael, Graeme & Mat talk moth media madness, mawkish mice & magical mushrooms. Special guest star Howard Matcham joins us on a hunt for the Bearded Tooth fungus in the dark wild woods of West Sussex.Episode 1: Farewell and Adieu
October 24, 2011 11:09 AM PDT
Graeme, Mat and Michael talk Hoopoe, Pallid Harrier, Crimson Speckled and Rootless Duckweed, go in search of the Death's Head Hawk-moth and find a whole bunch of something totally unexpected instead.
Chats & adventures exploring the wildlife of Sussex, England. Birds, butterflies, moths, mammals, plants, fungi and more - presented by Graeme Lyons, Mat Davidson and Michael Blencowe. For photos and more visit www.thenaturalhistoryofsussex.blogspot.com
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