With support from Southern Co-op, we hosted our first ever Big Wild Picnic last Sunday 17th June at our beautiful Roydon Woods nature reserve.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust are delighted that one of their hardworking members of staff has been formally recognised with an invitation to the Queen’s Royal Garden Party.
Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust and NATS, the UK air traffic control service, celebrate 25 wild years at Swanwick Lakes nature reserve.
We've welcomed the possibility of 41 new Marine Conservation Zones, and called for the government to reconsider local sites they've dropped
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.
The Wildlife Trusts have called for the the value of wild places to be recognised as government consultation closes
Catch the dawn chorus and delight in nature's symphony
Southern Water has joined the battle to boost tern numbers in the Solent, by hosting a new raft on which they can nest near Havant
We're inviting people in the local community to share their old photos of Fishlake Meadows