Kingfisher © Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography
We cannot protect precious habitats and vulnerable wildlife without your support.
© Ian Pratt
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© Helena Dolby
Our work gives young people, children and families a chance to reconnect with the wildlife on their doorstep - why not take a look at what you can join in with?
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Hedgehog © Tom Marshall
There are a range of ways you can help local wildlife
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© Lianne de Mello
Can you help our local wildlife and wild places? From protecting vulnerable wildlife, to improving precious habitats, find out about the projects and appeals that need your support.
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Rabbit © Jon Hawkins
Whether you become a member, donate to an appeal or fundraise for wildlife, you'll be directly contributing to the protection of our precious habitats and vulnerable wildlife in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.
© Jon Hawkins - Surrey Hills Photography
We will use your membership where it is needed most, be it creating a butterfly glade on one of our woodland nature reserves, installing den boxes for threatened species or a safe nesting raft for terns.
© Ian Cameron-Reid
Your contribution really makes a difference, however great or small! Every penny helps us do even more to protect precious wildlife in our two counties.
Bumblebee © Jon Hawkins, SurreyHillsPhotography
From protecting vulnerable wildlife, to improving precious habitats, find out about the projects and appeals that need your support.
© Paul Gonella
Create a lasting legacy for local wildlife by leaving a gift in your Will.
Pyramidal orchid © Mark Heighes
As an alternative to bouquets and wreaths, some people choose to make a donation to Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust in memory of a loved one.
Meadow pipit © David Klbey
Protect wildlife and wild places right across Hampshire, the Island and the surrounding seas through your favourite activities - whether it is a sponsored Iron Man competition or a a wildlife themed cake sale and coffee morning!
© Matthew Roberts
From corporate membership to more bespoke relationships we are keen to form links with companies who are looking to help us protect our local wildlife and wildplaces.