On Derby Road in North End, Portsmouth, local residents identified empty planters, that were once presumably filled with plants, but had been left abandoned for many years. When we, PFoE,…
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
The fountain at Hilsea Lido was once a beautiful structure splashing water around the many swimmers who visited. Up until a few months ago, the fountain was not the thing of beauty it once was –…
Residents of Wilder Hyde, a Team Wilder community group, recognised that the mowing regimes by the council was preventing wildflowers from thriving and in turn harming pollinators.
Purver’s Patch was a badly overgrown area, with litter caught up in the many brambles and ivy around. There was also an old caravan on the patch with smashed windows and even more rubbish inside.…
Discover the different ways that moths and butterflies spend the winter
Discover the Wilder journey of Friends of Portswood Recreation Ground and how they’ve transformed a space that can be loved by the community and local wildlife.
Southampton local, Andy Sutton, introduces us to his wildlife garden and what's been going on in the summer.
Marine wildlife expert Paul Naylor dives into the world of one of his favourite fish
Identifying five of our iconic birds of prey
Sometimes a change of scenery can make a world of difference. Guest bloggers Sue and Tony share their amazing journey towards a wilder life along a local chalk stream.