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.
Updates from our marine team about issues affecting wildlife in the Solent and beyond
As our Wildbeach project draws to a close, Kelly Wetherick reflects on her time running this blend of exploration and learning on the Isle of Wight coast.
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.
Isle of Wight resident Sheila reflects on taking primary school learning outdoors with our Wildbeach project.
Erica, one of our Marine Champions, shares how she brought her passion for nature and volunteering into her work life.
For most of us, an architectural achievement means assembling a bookcase from IKEA. But some marine species build structures that support entire ecosystems!
Feeling hungry? These marine species may sound delicious, but trust us when we say you wouldn't want them on your plate!
Benjamin, one of our Marine Champions, shares his thoughts on pursuing a career in conservation and finding a likeminded community.
Our shorelines are known for being busy and beautiful, but hiding in plain sight are clues to how wildlife copes with these challenging environments.
Environmental artist Trudi Lloyd Williams tries her hand at rope making and considers the changing impact of this material on our marine life.