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HIWWTConservation
News from conservation teams on our work to improve conditions for wildlife in Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. Charity No 201081
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Maggie Shelton May 2
Super film of a large (male?) otter in project area Andover-way. Looking healthy and happy😆 Thanks for sharing Bear!
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Charlie Davis Apr 30
Georgeous day at Testwood Lakes for OPOF Butterfly & Bee surveying training day with 🐝 🌺
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Bob Chapman Apr 22
Common terns displaying and courtship feeding today at here's hoping for a good breeding season we had better start getting the rafts on the water!
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Bob Chapman Apr 9
Looking at the underside I did not recognise this, first of the year, in the trap at this am.
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Bob Chapman Apr 4
Miserable looking I osprey sat on the perch in Ibsley Water at surrounded by 100s of martins.
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HIWWTConservation Feb 15
Completed hedge! All 310yds laid, staked and bound at St Lawrence Field. Woodland Apprentice team worked hard over the week picking up a load of new skills
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HIWWTConservation Feb 14
Hedgelaying at St Lawrence Field. Big team out today with our woodland and apprentices and rangers from James one of our woodland apprentices learning the art of binding Foundation
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HIWWTConservation Jan 29
Apologies for the Fishlake Meadows car park opening a little late today (9.10am) the cold weather had caused the lock to seize. 🙈
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HIWWTConservation Dec 25
Went on a post lunch walk and made records of two New Forest specialities nail fungus and coral necklace which was still in flower.
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HIWWTConservation Dec 20
There's quite a bit of water over the permissive path at at the moment. Its passable, but wellies are advised as the water is 2-3 inches deep in places.
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HIWWTConservation Dec 18
White-tailed eagle at lunchtime, bittern, black-necked grebe and 2 great egret this afternoon.
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HIWWTConservation Nov 5
The rain has brought out the fungi at like this stinkhorn.
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HIWWTConservation Oct 24
Our will be doing some clearance work around the screens today. Plus our contractors will be starting to prepare for path work. Please take care if you're visiting the reserve.
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HIWWTConservation Oct 17
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HIWWTConservation Oct 5
Lots to see at today ferruginous duck, wood sandpiper, bittern, great egrets plus all the regulars .
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HIWWTConservation Oct 1
Dormouse survey and new nest boxes going up at Swanpond Copse. An incredible 8 dormice in one box! Mum and 7 young!
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HIWWTConservation Sep 24
Our ringed great egret is usually called "Walter" he has been coming to us since 2003 and is probably Europe's oldest ringed great egret!
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HIWWTConservation Sep 20
Tree now clear from barge canal path @ 💪👍
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HIWWTConservation Sep 19
There is a tree down across the barge canal path at . I should be able to clear it tomorrow. In the time being please take care.
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HIWWTConservation Sep 18
Replying to @HIWWTConserve
A very tricky one! The white patches in amongst the vegetation is the 5th 😊
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