Heatwaves can spell trouble for our freshwater habitats, as The Wildlife Trusts’ Water Policy Manager Ali Morse explains.
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Wildlife-friendly farming is a fairly new concept taking rural communities by storm, championed by forward-thinking farmers and organisations like Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust.
Of all our butterflies, one group immediately springs to mind when we think of hot summer days. On a south-facing downland slope, bright blue butterflies skip and chase across the hillside.
Before the Second World War, meadows dripping with wildflowers and humming with insects would have been a familiar sight across the UK. However, in Hampshire flower-rich grasslands have declined…
Around 70% of England's landmass is farmland - imagine the impact if all of our farms made space for nature.
10 years after they were last surveyed, we went to Gilkicker Point to find out whether the Gilkicker weevils are still there.
Our beautiful chalkstreams are in decline. Discover how communities of the Test and Itchen headwaters are joining a new Heritage Lottery Funded project, called Watercress & Winterbournes.…
Will for Wildlife month is back this autumn and a number of local solicitors will be offering a free or reduced cost Will writing service to members and supporters of Hampshire & Isle of Wight…
Yesterday the Government released the new National Planning Policy Framework for England. And the good news is that Local Wildlife Sites are back in!
In February last year, thanks to the generosity of our supporters and the local community, we were able to purchase Hockley Meadows Farm near Twyford.