Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust manages 48 nature reserves for wildlife conservation, these are important places for wildlife in our two counties.
Many of our nature reserves are of national and international importance for wildlife, and are great places for people to visit to see wildlife. Managing nature reserves helps us achieve our vision for a Living Landscape.
We are working hard to engage with the dog walking community, in particular those that visit our nature reserves with their dog. The Trust’s "Dogs on Reserves" project has produced a leaflet that explains how to act responsibly on our nature reserves, along with some general guidance for dog walking visitors and advice about walking amongst cattle.
Use the map below to find a nature reserve near you.