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Local Wildlife Sites in Sussex Looking after Local Wildlife Sites FAQs

Looking after Local Wildlife Sites


Local Wildlife Sites are amongst the best sites for wildlife in Sussex. They:

Many of these important wildlife sites exist because they have a long history of traditional or sympathetic management. The Sussex Local Wildlife Sites Initiative encourages owners to manage their land in a wildlife friendly manner so these sites are safeguarded for the future.


Disused Railway Line, South Malling LWS Reed swamp at Ouse Estuary Nature Reserve within Tide Mills LWS


Information for Local Wildlife Site owners and managers

Should you be fortunate enough to be the custodian of a Local Wildlife Site, the following assistance may be available:

To find out more please email: