Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust will be carrying out tree felling work in the northern end of Chappetts Copse Nature Reserve over the upcoming months from this week.
A response to an article in the Times which tries to dredge up old stereotypes, pitting anglers against conservationists. We discuss the reality of the relationships shared in most catchments…
Keen to take action for our chalk streams, but need help to make your idea a reality? The new Watercress and Winterbournes Community Grant Scheme is offering funding for projects that protect,…
The Wildlife Trusts bring beavers back to five more counties this year – 20 years after they reintroduced the first beavers to Britain
The Trust have seen an increase in visitors to many of our nature reserves which has unfortunately led to a variety of issues from a small number of people.
Our nature reserves are havens for wildlife - please do not swim in them
The Wildlife Trusts explore legal challenge to Government decision to allow emergency use of neonicotinoid
Emergency authorisation was refused in 2018 – what’s changed?
Work continues at Newchurch Moors Nature Reserve to improve conservation grazing areas, ensure access on footpaths is safe and to open out views across the site.
Feeling inspired by our splendid chalk streams? You could be a winner in our new Tales from the Riverbank Photography Competition.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust is highly concerned to learn the Government has agreed the use of a highly damaging pesticide - neonicotinoid thiamethoxam - for the treatment of sugar…