10 reports returned.
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Sussex Ornithological Society
Sussex Wildlife Trust
George Kinnard realised his long-time ambition to find a mega-rarity before his 18th birthday — and in his home county of Sussex, too. read on
Jan-Paul Charteris describes the discovery of this exciting first butterfly record for West Sussex. read on
Two pairs of Black-winged Stilt have hatched their first chicks, the first successful breeding of the species in the UK for 27 years. read on
The thrill of finding a mega rarity is something most of us can only dream of, but Pete and Miranda Des Moulins stumbled across this popular bird in the most unusual circumstances. read on
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