Useful Links

1066 Weather – local conditions & weather forecast

Westfield Village  – Parish boundary map

Westfield Village – home page

Westfield History – A Pleasant View of Westfield

RX Wildlife – wildlife sightings page

High Weald AONB –

High Weald species –

Birding Walks in RXland – Cliff Dean’s bird blog

Wild Hastings – wildlife sightings in the Borough

Sussex Ornithological Society –

Sussex Butterfly Conservation –

Powdermill Trust for Nature Conservation –

Sussex Wildlife Trust –

Ramblings of a Naturalist (Dr Patrick Roper’s Sedlescombe blog) –

Feathers Wild Bird Care – local supplier of binoculars for bird-watching

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    WESTFIELD WILDLIFE has been created for Westfield residents and visitors to submit news and photos of any wildlife observed in the Parish. We also aim to post our own sightings and topical wildlife news as often as time allows.

    WESTFIELD PARISH lies just to the north of the coastal town of HASTINGS in E. Sussex (south east UK), and a MAP of the area covered by the Parish is here

    To REPORT A SIGHTING, with or without photo, click on the tab 'Post your sighting' just below the Westfield Wildlife banner to see how.

    To COMMENT on an existing posting, or to read others' comments, just click on 'LEAVE A COMMENT' or 'COMMENT(S)' below that post. Clicking on a post title will also reveal the comments box below the text, as well as any existing comments.

    To return to the latest postings at any time, just click on the Westfield Wildlife banner at the top of the page. And remember - nearly all PHOTOS can be clicked on to enlarge.

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