This June’s 30 Days Wild challenge will encourage thousands of people across the UK to make their neighbourhoods wilder
We've been awarded a £640,300 Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) grant to deliver an exciting programme called ‘Secrets of the Solent’, it was announced today
We've condemned the destruction of nightingale habitat at Casbrook Common, near Romsey - the second most important site for the endangered bird in Hampshire
Dummy bird models are among the new techniques being used by the Wildlife Trust to boost local tern populations in the Solent
The Wildlife Trust responds to recent developments in the Public Inquiry into reduction to water abstraction on the Test, Itchen, and Candover Stream
Charles Darwin considered earthworms to be the most important animal in the history of the world.
Amongst our local wildlife are some of the best tricksters around
This year’s Wild About Gardens challenge from the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) and The Wildlife Trusts is all about worms.
A group of enthusiastic senior boys from Winchester College have been volunteering their time to improve local nature reserves and other green spaces for wildlife.
A new analysis of data collected over ten years by a network of experts led by The Wildlife Trusts has revealed that water vole distribution has declined dramatically.