Henfield. A Sussex village and its birds.

Henfield. A Sussex village and its birds.

This talk will look at the relationship between Henfield and its birds over the last couple of centuries, but particularly since the inception of Henfield Birdwatch in 1998 and the role that this organisation in raising the profile and conservation of birds in the village over the last 20 years.

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Guyana: The last true wilderness?

Tonight we’ll be taking you far from Sussex to explore the incredible wildlife and habitats of Guyana.

Join Mike Russell as he takes us on a tour of this vibrant, wildlife-rich country seeking out colourful toucans, camouflaged potoos and the impressive river otter. We’ll learn more about the country, its people, its wildlife and what Guyana is doing to tackle biodiversity loss and climate change.

The talk will last for approximately 45 minutes and there will be a short Q&A session at the end.

This talk is free but donations to assist the work of Sussex Wildlife Trust would be appreciated. There will be an opportunity to donate at the end of the talk.

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POSTPONED – 2020 AGM and Quiz

We will reschedule the AGM and quiz when we are able to.


The AGM for our members together with the much enjoyed quiz from Will and Nige, which our garden bird surveyors are also welcome to.


7:30pm. Garden room, Henfield Hall

Talk – Wildlife in Antarctica by Trevor Hodgson

Trevor will be talking about his amazing trip to Antarctica and the wonderful wildlife he encountered.

Garden room at the Henfield Hall.

Tea, coffee and biscuits will be served.

Free to members, £3.00 for non members.