Spring is fast approaching, and now is the perfect time to start thinking about how you can help wildlife in your garden.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
Around 70% of England's landmass is farmland - imagine the impact if all of our farms made space for nature.
I am 17 and adore Nature and all things Wild! I work with Birds of Prey which is not only extremely rewarding but
an incredible challenge and great privilege.
Our recent survey for nightjars in the New Forest has revealed a drop in their population, but an increase in their range.
It's time to ensure that developments give back more than they take from nature
You may have been following the recent, exciting developments with Blashford Lakes nature reserve’s ongoing face lift. One of the elements of the project that will emerge in the coming weeks is a…
With spring on the horizon, local wildlife is getting in the spirit of Valentine's Day.
Our Young Naturalists have a festive feast, take part in the Big Garden Bird Watch, and get into hedge laying.
These species aren’t winning any popularity contests, but all have their place in the ecosystem – even if they are unloved by some humans.
Have you seen some exciting things happening at Blashford Lakes nature reserve? We've started work to update the nature reserve thanks to two large grants and generous contributions from some…