Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams calls in the new year with a beach clean at Hurst Spit, and reflects on the aesthetic aspect of plastic marine pollution.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams kicks off her creative collaboration with us, Spiny Seahorses and Ripping Yarns, by meeting our Young Marine Champions.
A report on the work of the Wildlife Rangers at Testwood Lakes
Volunteering for The Wildlife Trusts isn’t just great for wildlife, it’s good for you too, as nature and wellbeing manager, Dom Higgins explains.
Spring is one of the best times of year to discover woodland flora. Visit your nearest woodland and see the stunning array of flowers that are starting to rear their heads.
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.
Wildlife is all around us, if we take a moment to look. Even in the densest concrete jungle, the wild finds a way in.
Natalie, one of our Marine Champions, shares why she's passionate about our seas and why everyone should take a stand for nature.
Gemma and her two young boys had a great time taking part in 30 Days Wild this year. Discover what Random Acts of Wildness they tried and how they plan to stay wild.
Citizen science is a great way to make a real difference to our marine wildlife. Katie Finnimore, one of our Marine Champions, tries out two of the most popular initiatives.