Natural History This section provides information on local species, both common and rare and aims over time to produce an historical record of wildlife in the parish.
Danehill Parish has a rich animal and plant life, which includes some rare species. The north of the parish includes part of Ashdown Forest an internationally important Ramsar wetland site. The slideshow shows examples of rarer species reported in this area, both regulars and occasional visitors.
News Ladies Autumn Tresses now flowering in the church yard to the right as you walk to the church. Toadlets reported on the move in Box's Lane. Watch out when mowing. With wetter weather returning fungi in the burial ground and church yard should begin to fruit. Look out for the Fly Agaric in the SW corner of the churchyard Clive has recorded a new bat in his garden in Chelwood Gate