New research by Wildlife Trusts, National Trusts and RSPB sets out the costs and benefits of investing in nature.
Blog: Policy & Campaigns
Not only are wild orchids beautiful to look at, they are also the undisputed masters of mimicry. As the weather gets warmer, look out for some of these sneaky species and lose yourself in a…
There are estimated to be over 60 species of ant in Britain and over 30 have been recorded in our two counties, making our region something of a hotspot. Here are some of our favourites.
As the Solent shows signs of being suffocated by nutrient-loving algae, should green mud = red light to development?
A week after the sea eagle chicks were allowed to fledge the release pens it has been fascinating to follow the reports on how the birds are faring. Amazingly they’ve explored their new…
It’s Remember a Charity Week, and Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust is asking you to think about changing the world with your Will.
Watching damselflies dance through the air is one of the quintessential experiences of summer, and something many of us look forward to year after year. Here are some species to look out for as…
Heatwaves can spell trouble for our freshwater habitats, as The Wildlife Trusts’ Water Policy Manager Ali Morse explains.
Wildlife-friendly farming is a fairly new concept taking rural communities by storm, championed by forward-thinking farmers and organisations like Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.
Of all our butterflies, one group immediately springs to mind when we think of hot summer days. On a south-facing downland slope, bright blue butterflies skip and chase across the hillside.