Habitat

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Habitat makers: sheep

Around Saddlescombe you will encounter rare breeds such as the White faced woodland and Black Wenslydale. They keep the small paddocks nice and tidy, just like they were back in the Victorian age.

Habitat makers: cattle

At Saddlescombe rare breeds such as the short legged Dexter share the grass with the sheep. On Newtimber, Aberdeen Angus play a vital role in keeping Newtimber's chalk grassland in tip top condition.

Habitat makers: volunteers

We dont have small bonfires... © Michaela Rossiman

Whether it's burning scrub, clearing dewponds or mowing rank vegetation, all our habitats need a bit of TLC from us and our dedicated team of volunteers.

Habitat makers: volunteers

Volunteers on the Devil's Dyke estate clearing a dewpond © Stephen Simmonds

Whether it's burning scrub, clearing dewponds or mowing rank vegetation, all our habitats need a bit of TLC from us and our dedicated team of volunteers.

Habitat makers: volunteers

Mowing downland © Graham Wellfare

Whether it's burning scrub, clearing dewponds or mowing rank vegetation,  all our habitats need a bit of TLC from us and our dedicated team of volunteers.

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