Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust responds to new research showing many bees are on the brink of extinction.
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This summer, we will be continuing our work tackling non-native invasive species in the beautiful New Forest. Why not celebrate Invasive Species Week by pledging to join us?
Debbie Tann comments on Natural England's decision to grant a license for the reintroduction of sea eagles to the Isle of Wight.
As the woodlark, nightjar, and Dartford warbler enter their breeding season, follow our easy tips to help protect these vulnerable birds during visits to Wealden Heaths.
Congratulations to our partners in the Bird Aware Solent conservation partnership, which has received two prestigious awards from the Royal Town Planning Institute.
Survey reveals that the rare weevil is still present at its only UK stronghold
Our exciting new project, Secrets of the Solent, needs passionate and dedicated people to help bring a vibrant hidden world to life on land.
Southern Water and Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust come together to celebrate a 15 year partnership
An ambitious project to reintroduce one of Britain’s most threatened butterflies to north Hampshire has hit a successful milestone with the release of larvae onto a site in the north of the county…
The Working Woodlands project is removing invasive species to encourage the growth of our native woodland fauna.