The UK Bird Indicators report published this week explores the dramatic change in bird populations since 1970, but what do these findings mean for us locally?
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Read more about some of the wonderful winter birds your local wildlife reserve hosts.
A week after the sea eagle chicks were allowed to fledge the release pens it has been fascinating to follow the reports on how the birds are faring. Amazingly they’ve explored their new…
Nature can't be seen as an inconvenience - it must be protected
A poem about Brent Geese leaving Langstone Harbour
Our recent survey for nightjars in the New Forest has revealed a drop in their population, but an increase in their range.
You could be forgiven for thinking that gulls are everywhere. In fact, most gull species are in decline, and it is only their versatility that enables them to survive. Around twenty species can be…
A small number of waxwings have made a dramatic entrance to the South East of England, and they are causing quite a stir among local wildlife lovers in Totton.
Working within the ecology team has been a fantastic opportunity to develop my skills and knowledge for a career in ecology and conservation and have a lot of fun exploring Hampshire’s lovely…
Winter can be a tough time for wildlife. Here are some quick and simple ways to help.