Gemma and her little boy had a great time taking part in 30 Days Wild this year. Read about their highlights and how they plan to stay wild.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
Hello - we’re Mariko, Dave and Becky, three new trainee ecologists based within the ecology team at HIWWT, and this is what we’ve been getting up to since starting!
Becky O'Melia, our Education and Engagement Manager, talks about the benefits of connecting with nature and why 30 Days Wild is a great way to get started.
The education centre arrived in a container! The building was beautiful in its simplicity and I remember a visitor admiring the new centre and remarking ‘It’s really clever how they’ve matched…
This year we are celebrating an amazing 25 years of Swanwick Lakes Nature Reserve. In this blog Di Smith looks back over the last 25 years, giving us an incredible insight into the site's…
Ali Morse, Water Policy & Catchment Technical Specialist, sets out why we need to think smarter about our wastewater
So what is 30DaysWild actually about? Simply put, it’s about random acts of wildness. It’s a friendly challenge to make every day one that has something wild
Martin de Retuerto loves nothing more than sharing his passion for wildlife with his two young children. Last year, 30 Days Wild gave him the perfect opportunity to do so.
Today may have been the last day of April, but it felt more like the last day of January!
Reserves Officer Jo rounds up a busy few weeks packed full of events and walks at Fishlake Meadows Nature Reserve.