Charlotte, one of our Marine Champions, tells us about her lifelong passion for our seas and shares some simple and achievable swaps she has made in an effort to live more sustainably.
Updates from our marine team about issues affecting wildlife in the Solent and beyond
Have you ever heard of seagrass? This amazing plant provides an impressive list of environmental services – supplying vital habitat to wildlife and fisheries, protecting our shores from erosion…
Along with The RSPB, we are opposing a damaging development proposal at Tipner in Portsmouth, that will destroy an area vital for nature and valuable for the city’s long-term sustainability. The…
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.
Discover the world of these magnificent marine mammals with Wildlife Trust of South and West Wales’ Skomer Island warden, Nathan Wilkie.
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.
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!