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Visiting RSPB Pagham Harbour LNR

Visiting RSPB Pagham Harbour LNR

This sheltered inlet is an internationally important wetland site for wildlife, featuring saltmarsh and mudflats, lagoons, reedbeds, farmland and shingle beach. Follow our trails around the reserve, venturing past the old Sidlesham tramway, along the pebbly beach, and even to our neighbouring reserve, Medmerry. Follow this link to find out... read more »

Make A Difference Awards MWHG

Make A Difference Awards MWHG

Great news from the Manhood Wildlife & Heritage Group (MWHG) – the group is a finalist in the Green Award category of the Make A Difference Awards, and members of the group have been interviewed on BBC Radio Sussex and Suffolk  about their work. MWHG will feature on BBC Radio... read more »

Ticks and Lyme Disease

Ticks and Lyme Disease

As everyone gets out and about this summer we want to help spread the word about the Ticks and Lyme disease awareness campaign run by the UKHSA. This year there have been higher than normal incidents of tick bites and tick-borne infections locally. Tick activity increases during spring, peaking... read more »

Huge decline seen in British birds

Huge decline seen in British birds

A story as relevant to the Manhood Peninsula as to the Cambridge countryside where it begins. New figures from the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) published on Sunday, to coincide with International Dawn Chorus Day, show total numbers had declined by one third in the... read more »

RSPB Medmerry

RSPB Medmerry

Medmerry is one of the RSPB's ‘wild and wonderful’ reserves offering long walks and cycle rides through an amazing landscape of panoramic views and glorious sunsets. The result of one of Europe's largest managed realignment schemes, Medmerry is just a stone's throw from our neighbouring Pagham... read more »

RSPB Pagham Harbour

RSPB Pagham Harbour

Pagham Harbour is one of the best places in the UK for wildlife. Vast flocks of wading birds head to here for its saltmarsh and mudflats which cover around half of the reserve. During winter large numbers of dark-bellied Brent geese, lapwings and black-tailed godwits use the harbour or surrounding... read more »

Harbour Life Magazine

Harbour Life Magazine

There is a lot going on in Chichester Harbour. For an entertaining and informative read about the events and activities taking place, read the beautiful magazine produced once a month by Chichester Harbour Conservancy. Follow this link to find out more in Harbour Life Magazineread more »

Chichester Harbour

Chichester Harbour

Springtime is here! The Solar Heritage undergoes annual maintenance this month but details of boat trips from Wednesday 4 May onwards are now available to book.   Please see here for details. The Conservancy’s Victorian Oysterboat Terror also undergoes annual maintenance this month. Public sailing trips of 2 to 2 ½ hours... read more »

Chichester Harbour Events

Chichester Harbour Events

Chichester Harbour Conservancy have compiled a new list of their inspiring, informative events celebrating the natural wonders of Chichester Harbour. Please see here for the full list of events until the end of March 2022. At February half term there will be a family fun session at Dell Quay with... read more »

Pagham Harbour

Pagham Harbour

Pagham Harbour is a glorious and peaceful nature reserve, one of the few undeveloped stretches of the Sussex coast. This sheltered inlet is an internationally important wetland site for wildlife. Watch black-tailed godwits and little egrets by day, then linger when skies are clear for an amazing sunset. Follow this... read more »