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.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust Blog
As Down to the Coast reaches its end, our Woodland Apprentices talk about their experiences and plans for the future.
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.
We often celebrate the dawn chorus in spring, but there’s another, more subtle symphony that features in the soundtrack of summer.
Snakes are often thought of as exotic creatures to be admired (or avoided) on holidays in hotter countries, but Britain is home to three native species of snake.
For most of us, an architectural achievement means assembling a bookcase from IKEA. But some marine species build structures that support entire ecosystems!
Outdoor learning for schools across the two counties had to change a bit during lockdown, but it hasn’t stopped them and their students from doing some amazing things. Read on for more on what…
Feeling hungry? These marine species may sound delicious, but trust us when we say you wouldn't want them on your plate!
Children from across Hampshire and Isle of Wight are supporting the Trust's vision for a wilder future. They're planting flowers for pollinators, building hotels for insects, and cycling…