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.
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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.
From racist graffiti, people fighting with broken bottles, piles of throw-away BBQs and groups of naked swimmers, Hampshire’s nature reserves have seen it all this weekend.
Beavers are back, but their future is not secure. The Wildlife Trusts are calling for a Beaver Strategy for England.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust would love to see beavers playing their part in creating a wilder future for our two counties and we are actively looking into the possibility of…
Chappetts Copse Nature Reserve in West Meon is a tranquil, ancient woodland, home to an impressive variety of rare plants including narrow-leaved helleborines, fungi and a healthy population of…
Winnall Moors nature reserve in Winchester is to stay closed until mid-April due to flooding.
Romsey’s newest nature reserve has received a boost thanks to a donation by a local café
Help us to unlock £225,000 for further improvements to Blashford Lakes
We unveil our newest improvements at Fishlake Meadows Nature Reserve
This week we welcomed HRH The Princess Royal to our nature reserve near Yarmouth