Spring Bird Arrivals in Rye Bay
The birdwatchers around Rye have been looking more at their local birds this year. So we thought it would be interesting to log the arrival of birds as they travel north
Discovery Centre - handover from Baxall and other news
Update about the Rye Harbour Discovery Centre
Meet our staff - Barry Yates
Tilly Hopkins talks to Barry Yates about his life and work at Rye Harbour Nature Reserve
March 2021 - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Wildlife
Despite the often cold weather during March, there were definitely signs of spring in the air at Rye Harbour.
The Wetland Bird Survey (WeBS) monitors numbers of non-breeding waterfowl in the UK.
Beaks in Action
Beak and bill are names for the same hard, pointed part of a bird’s mouth
Antisocial behaviour on nature reserves - how you can help
As the country begins to look forward to a time when we emerge from lockdown, we would like to draw your attention to ongoing issues we are aware of affecting some our nature reserves.
A closer look at Frogbit
Frogbit is a floating plant of freshwater. Its leaves look like a tiny water lily, but the flowers have just three delicate white petals.
In our effort to identify and understand the wildlife that lives in Sussex, bats have always been tricky to identify
February 2021 - Rye Harbour Nature Reserve Sightings
One of the bird highlights during February (certainly for me) was a Jack Snipe on Harbour Farm on the 23rd.