Recently we stepped forward with an idea that can help wildlife, communities and the economy, whilst tackling the pressing issue of nitrate saturation in the Solent.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
We often celebrate the dawn chorus in spring, but there’s another, more subtle symphony that features in the soundtrack of summer.
Snakes are often thought of as exotic creatures to be admired (or avoided) on holidays in hotter countries, but Britain is home to three native species of snake.
Isle of Wight resident Sheila reflects on taking primary school learning outdoors with our Wildbeach project.
Find out how one Wilder School in Havant has been adapting its outdoor learning during lockdown and has used wildlife gardening as a way to stay connected to their students as they learned from…
Erica, one of our Marine Champions, shares how she brought her passion for nature and volunteering into her work life.
For most of us, an architectural achievement means assembling a bookcase from IKEA. But some marine species build structures that support entire ecosystems!
Outdoor learning for schools across the two counties had to change a bit during lockdown, but it hasn’t stopped them and their students from doing some amazing things. Read on for more on what…
Feeling hungry? These marine species may sound delicious, but trust us when we say you wouldn't want them on your plate!
Milford Conservation Volunteers had to suspend their activities during lockdown, but they came up with some creative ways to keep their members engaged and are now looking forward to moving on…