We provide outdoor learning

Children in the bluebells by Tom Marshall

There are lots of ways that you can enjoy, be inspired by and help local wildlife with Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.

We provide diverse opportunities for you to learn, connect and be inspired by the nature that surrounds you. Our various activities suit all interests and backgrounds for adults, families, teachers, schools and groups alike.

Countryside courses

Bushcraft course by Steve Page

Develop your skills or discover a new hobby in a relaxed atmosphere with expert advice, whatever your abilities.

Wildlife Tots & Watch

Wildlife Wach by Tom Marshall, wildnet

Children can take part in wildlife-friendly activities and learn about nature conservation.

School Groups

We have fantastic education centres and education officers offereing curriculum-based education programmes.


Winnall Moors Event by Steve Page

We run over 400 events a year from guided walks, family fun days to informative talks about wildlife conservation.

Forest School

Forest School by Tony Bates

Forest School gives children an opportunity to explore and connect with nature by encouraging learning outside of the classroom.

Project Wild Thing

Project Wild Thing

Project Wild Thing aims to reconnect children with nature by swapping screen time for wild time.