35 lucky lambs have joined the reserves team at Barton Meadows, where they will help to create a flourishing haven for wildlife.
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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.
Barton Meadows nature reserve is in full bloom, and this year ox-eye daisies have stolen the show.
Hazel dormouse, their ecology, conservation status and monitoring.
The Ecology team at HIWWT has just welcomed Trainee Ecologists: Kate Gwynn, Aggie Thompson and Jack Hawnt.
A poem about Brent Geese leaving Langstone Harbour
Our Young Naturalists weave willow dragonflies for our new Wild Walk sculpture trail with artist Kim Creswell.
Our Young Naturalists have a festive feast, take part in the Big Garden Bird Watch, and get into hedge laying.
Our Young Naturalists head to Lymington and Keyhaven Marshes under blue skies for some coastal bird watching.