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Rare Butterflies Spotted in Sussex

Butterfly Pic

A rare butterfly from the continent could soon become a native species in the UK after the mild winter and warm summer weather has allowed it breed successfully in this country for the first time. A dozen adult continental swallowtail butterflies have been sighted across Sussex in the past few weeks after surviving through the Continue Reading →

Pigeon with Chorizo, Peppers and Feta Cheese

Pigeon Recipe

Ingredients 2 pigeon breasts 2 small chorizos 1 jar pepperdew peppers (drained) 2 tbsp orange juice 2 tbsp olive oil 5 cubes feta cheese salt and pepper to taste Balsamic Vinegar Directions Put the chorizo and peppers in a pan. Then add 2 tsp of juice from the pepperdew peppers jar along with the orange Continue Reading →

Woodcock Numbers Down


Woodcock numbers have fallen by almost 10% across the UK in the past ten years. The findings come from the preliminary results of a survey carried out last year by the Game & Wildlife Conservation Trust (GWCT) and the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO). Woodcock were found in only one-in-three woodlands surveyed, with South-West England Continue Reading →