As we pass the one-year milestone for our marine project, Secrets of the Solent, we look back at all we have achieved so far.
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As the National Lottery celebrates its 25th birthday, we look at what their support has enabled us to achieve in the last year.
There is a lot of talk about the ‘insect apocalypse’ – in other words the rapid collapse in numbers and species of insect living in our world, driven by humans.
As Halloween approaches, we take a look at some of the bizarre marine hoaxes that have graced our shores in years gone by.
Description, ecology and monitoring of an endangered species of weevil secluded to the south-coast
Citizen science is a great way to make a real difference to our marine wildlife. Katie Finnimore, one of our Marine Champions, tries out two of the most popular initiatives.
Compton Bay proves a marine wildlife goldmine for a pair of intrepid species seekers.
We take a look at the enormous impact of data in protecting our marine wildlife, from challenging harmful development to securing Marine Conservation Zones.
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.