Blog reports from two Wildlife Trust Trainee Ecologists
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A quiet wildlife renaissance is happening, spearheaded by an animal that once defined the entire function of our wetlands and waterways. Hunted to extinction for its pelt in the 16th century we…
Update from Morton Marsh on the Isle of Wight
The Wildlife Trust's Reserves while we are in "lockdown".
How are the COVID-19 restrictions on access to the countryside affecting wildlife
Hockley Meadows Farm - Nestled in the heart of the Itchen valley, a site that has become an integral part of how we manage reserves, benefitting wildlife right across southern Hampshire. Thanks to…
A report on the work of the Wildlife Rangers at Testwood Lakes
The woodlands are transforming; green leaves are starting to take on fiery shades, while bursts of red and purple berries and shiny brown acorns punctuate the canopy. Visit a woodland near you and…
Sika deer have distinctive mating rituals, and their theatrical behaviour makes for one of the most dramatic events in the wildlife calendar.
Volunteering for The Wildlife Trusts isn’t just great for wildlife, it’s good for you too, as nature and wellbeing manager, Dom Higgins explains.