The Countryside of East SussexHome / Countryside / England / South East / East SussexThe Countryside of East SussexDiscover the countryside of East Sussex in the South East of England on your doorstep or on holidayArticlesThe Geography of East Sussex(Wikipedia)The Geology of East Sussex(Wikipedia)Where to go for a stroll in Sussex(Sussex Life)Where to see bluebells in Sussex(Sussex Life)Snowdrops and where to see them in Sussex(Sussex Life)10 great walks in the South Downs that start and finish at a proper pub(Telegraph Travel)Ten ways to enjoy the South Downs(The Guardian)Touring the Sussex coast in a VW camper van(The Telegraph) South Downs Way by mailsparky from FreeImagesUseful WebsitesDiscover East SussexWalks, access and countryside sites at the councils web site. Also see Conservation & Wildlife.Sussex Wildlife TrustExplore their reserves and the wildlife of Sussex and more!Autism & Nature (.pdf)Visiting the East Sussex Countryside: a guide for families, children and young people with autism.Coast & CountrysideVisit Brighton and Hove – The opportunities for exploring the region.Local Nature Reserves in East SussexAn extensive list with further details of sites at Wikipedia.E. Sussex National Nature ReservesDetails at .gov web site of the National Nature Reserve designations in East Sussex.South Downs National ParkInformation and inspiration for you to discover the nature of the park. West Sussex.South Downs at WikipediaIncludes geography, geology, the parks and reserves and more.CPRE SussexWe work to protect our countryside for all to enjoy. We campaign, provide advice and information.Ashdown ForestOne of the largest public access sites in the South East.Coast and countryside in SussexDetails of National Trust land, properties and ideas for exploring.High Weald AONBArea of Outstanding Natural Beauty, covering 1461 square km of Sussex, Kent and Surrey.Sussex Local Nature PartnershipWorks across sectors and organisations to secure the healthiest ecological system possible.Walking in SussexAll walks are free to view, download and print. Sussex Wildlife Trust NewsLeading artists come together to raise funds for Sussex Wildlife 16 April, 2021Renowned artists, who have come together to raise funds for Sussex Wildlife Trust and three other wildlife trustsWake up to wildlife with 30 Days Wild 2021 14 April, 202130 Days Wild - the UK’s BIGGEST nature challenge - is back for 2021Spring Bird Arrivals in Rye Bay 14 April, 2021The 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 Sussex Ornithological Soc. NewsUrban Nesting Gull Surveys – Volunteers Needed 7 April, 2021Please read the attached leaflet about this year’s Urban Nesting Gull Survey to see if you might be able to help.SOS Marsh Tit Survey 2021 Update 6 April, 2021The 2020 Marsh Tit survey had to be abandoned mid-way through 2020 due to the first Covid-19 lockdown. Nevertheless 29 squares were surveyed, although in some of these only one of the two planned visits were made. The survey has now been cautiously restarted in a manner consistent with government rules and BTO guidance. All […]Sponsored listingsRural Retreats in SussexBeautiful cottages, converted barns, country houses, garden lodges, yurts and more with the South Downs National Park waiting to be explored. South East England In Coast: South & South EastExplore the coast of Hampshire, West & East Sussex, Kent, and the Isle of Wight.South & South East CoastShare page via:Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.