As we continue our improvement works at Blashford Lakes, a new dipping pond begins to take shape.
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Our Young Naturalists weave willow dragonflies for our new Wild Walk sculpture trail with artist Kim Creswell.
Around 70% of England's landmass is farmland - imagine the impact if all of our farms made space for 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.
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…
When thinking of the most special and important places for wildlife, Hampshire’s New Forest is right up there with the best. But this precious gem is under pressure from a combination of factors…
Set out into the gloaming this winter and you may hear some unusual sounds... but t'woo is making all the noise?
Our Young Naturalists head to Lymington and Keyhaven Marshes under blue skies for some coastal bird watching.