Hazel dormouse, their ecology, conservation status and monitoring.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
Schoolchildren at St Alban’s Primary School have banded together to make a buzz for pollinators.
The Trust launches Wilder Futures Competition, open to people between the ages of 11-25.
The Ecology team at HIWWT has just welcomed Trainee Ecologists: Kate Gwynn, Aggie Thompson and Jack Hawnt.
You may only have a balcony, a tiny lawn or a patio but it’s still possible to create your own private nature reserve.
Our shore searching season continues with an intertidal survey at Hill Head in glorious sunshine.
We have an amazing range of courses available for school and group leaders this summer. They are a great opportunity to enhance your skills, learn something new to try with your group and feel re-…
The Environment Agency has published a major long-term strategy to tackle flooding and coastal change. This new plan sets out the potential devastating impacts of accelerating climate change and…
At the end of March, around 150 people came together to debate what a Wilder Wight should look like.
Matt Winning, stand up comedian and environmental economist, shares his thoughts ahead of our Really Wild Show event in Southampton