Individuals, groups, and organisations who have championed wildlife and made space for nature within their communities have been recognised by Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust
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New survey reveals overwhelming support for a kinder, greener and wilder future for Hampshire and the Island
The lockdown has had a dramatic impact on people’s lifestyles and there are a number of behavioural changes that people are keen to maintain, according to new research with almost 600 local 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…
The UK’s wildlife continues to decline according to the State of Nature 2019 report. The latest findings show that since rigorous scientific monitoring began in the 1970s there has been a 13%…
The Wildlife Trust opposes plans, put forward by Portsmouth City Council, to build 4000 new homes on reclaimed land at Tipner West.
In celebration of National Marine Week we're launching a new campaign: Wilder Solent. We're working to build a bright future for our waters, and need your help to make it happen.
Debbie Tann responds to speech by Environment Secretary, reaffirming commitment to tackling the climate crisis and “catastrophic loss of biodiversity".
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust responds to Isle of Wight gaining UNESCO Biosphere Reserve status.
Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust responds to new research showing many bees are on the brink of extinction.