When evading predators and hunting prey, stealth is often key. Luckily our marine life has lots of cunning ways to hide in plain sight, from changing colour to self-decoration.
Blog: Policy & Campaigns
What do you think of when you hear the word fungi? For some thoughts might turn to mouth-watering mushrooms, carefully foraged from a supermarket shelf. For others it might conjure images of fairy…
Birds of a feather flock together, but have you ever wondered why that is? Our friends from Bird Aware Solent share some secrets of our coastal birds' avian gatherings.
Helen Macdonald, author of Vesper Flights visits Greywell Moors
As Down to the Coast reaches its end, our Woodland Apprentices talk about their experiences and plans for the future.
Nat, a sixth form student in Eastleigh, is combining his studies with an Extended Project Qualification to help make space for nature on his college grounds.
Crabbing is a great way to learn about our marine life, but isn't always fun for the crabs themselves! Next time you go, follow these simple steps to show you care for our crustaceans.
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.
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!