About Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust is one of 46 Wildlife Trusts working across the UK. With the invaluable support of volunteers and members we manage over 50 nature reserves. We also work with other organisations and landowners to protect and connect wildlife sites across the county and inspire local communities and young people to care for wildlife where they live.
Annual General Meeting - 2018
The 57th AGM of Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust and Members’ Morning will be held on Saturday 27th October 2018, 10am–1pm at Winchester Guildhall, Broadway, High Street, Winchester SO23 9GH.
This county’s natural diversity is possibly unsurpassed in the UK, and when you add the unspoiled habitats of the Isle of Wight you have an internationally important assemblage of wildlife. Some of these sights are almost unique, notably our chalk streams and sandy lowland heaths.
And importantly, most of these places are accessible to us all, in the fantastic collection of nature reserves managed by Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.
More about us
We make space for wildlife
Today we look after more than 50 nature reserves and other land, creating a growing network of wildlife havens across Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
We bring wildlife back from the brink
Despite national declines, our work is improving the fortunes of important species like Duke of Burgundy butterfly, water vole and avocet.
We stand up for wildlife
We are the voice for wildlife and wild places with government, local authorities and others. We use our experience, evidence and expertise to help to shape decisions and get the best results for wildlife.
We connect people and wildlife.
We offer hundreds of events, activities and classes throughout the year - giving people of all ages the chance to experience and learn about our incredible natural treasures.
News about our work
Join the People's Walk for Wildlife
The Wildlife Trusts are supporting Chris Packham's People's Walk for Wildlife this weekend
Flawed badger cull expands across England
The Wildlife Trusts call on government: invest in medicine not marksmen
Wildlife Trust responds to government’s farming plans
We respond to the government's new proposals for agriculture policy once we leave the European Union
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