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Hants & IOW Wildlife
Conservation charity committed to improving conditions for wildlife in Hants & IoW. Charity No 201081.
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Jon Hawkins May 19
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jamie marsh 14h
Great day out with on Solent Reserves yesterday. Sites looking great. Farlington Marshes yielded Spoonbill, Garganey and the highlight 8 Lapwing chicks. Looking like a good year for wader productivity, fingers crossed.
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World Bee Day: Newchurch a safe haven for rare bees
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Andrew Cooper May 20
The underside of the Pearl-bordered Fritillary (Boloria euphrosyne) has got to be one of prettiest among UK butterflies.
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Hants & IOW Wildlife May 20
We have some incredible bees on our reserves, like this grey-backed mining bee at , but we need to meet our bees' needs
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joanna armson May 20
After a few weeks off itโ€™s wonderful to be back at Fishlake Meadows and see all the yellow flag iris bursting in to flower ๐Ÿ’๐Ÿ’š
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Hants & IOW Wildlife May 20
Nature's own rhubarb and custard!
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The Wildlife Trusts May 15
The challenge is back! Visit to bag your FREE pack, including wildflower seeds, ideas for Random Acts of Wildness and your own wallchart today! ๐Ÿ’š๐Ÿž๐ŸŒŠ๐Ÿ‹๐Ÿ›๐Ÿฆ€๐ŸŒ๐Ÿ
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Bob Chapman May 18
The yellow rattle is in flower in the garden mini-meadow, it seems only a few days ago I saw the first seedlings. A popular nectar source too. .
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Tim Ferrero May 18
Some memorable finds today on our Intertidal survey at St Helens, IoW, but leading the pack has to be this fine spider crab we saw in the shallows
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Kate Sandys May 18
Getting ready for a lovely Saturday morning walk around Farlington Marshes with supporters and members of with
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Hants & IOW Wildlife May 16
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Tim Sykes May 16
Love the chalk landscape and seascape on the Isle of Wight - like chalkstreams the chalkdownland is a rare, special & vulnerable biotope The juxtaposition of downs and sea is heavenly
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The Wildlife Trusts May 16
"Every space in Britain must be used to help wildlife" - David Attenborough. RT if you agree ๐Ÿ’š๐ŸŒฟ
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DebTannHIWWT May 16
Has the politics of climate change finally reached a tipping point? | John Vidal | Opinion | The Guardian
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Maggie Shelton May 16
Punchy call of a Cetti's warbler (pronounced chetty's)๐Ÿ˜† Get your ear in & pick them out along streams. RSPB has a map of where you can hear them. But good luck seeing one...๐Ÿ˜Š
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Hants & IOW Wildlife May 15
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Christopher Lycett May 15
First year at st Clairโ€™s with excludes areas of bank and water voles have recolonised already. Cows are making a big difference to the meadows. Slightly shorted grass this year has meant skylarks have nested
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Susan Simmonds May 15
So I popped up to this evening for . Found & lots of but Wow! Look at this beautiful next to its foodplant . Stunning!
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Trevor Codlin May 15
As shield bugs go the hairy or slow bug Dolycoris baccarum has to be one of the most striking. In winter they are dull brown in colour but transform to this in the summer.
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