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Hedgehogs are, hands down, one of our favourite mammals – it’s always a joy to see one! Which makes their sudden decline all the more distressing; numbers are down a third since just the start of the millennium. That’s the bad news. The good news is we can do something about it. Ben's here to show you how.
It’s vital to not plant trees in areas of existing valuable habitat, as this could make them unsuitable for the special wildlife already there.
In this video, Hampshire and Isle of Wight's Education Officer, Susan Simmonds, talks to us about the benefits of native plants and a closer look at ivy.
Learn how to create different types of deadwood habitat with Surrey Wildlife Trust.
Education Officer, Susan Simmonds of Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, talks us through a garden visitor - the jay.
Education Officer, Susan Simmonds from Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, talks to us about bluebells. In April and May, our ancient woodlands are awash with the bluebell, giving rise to the 'blue carpets' that are a springtime joy.
Education Officer, Susan Simmonds from Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust, talks to us about native hedgerows.
Explore why beavers matter.
Learn more about the amazing oil beetle.
Learn more about solitary bees.
Join Tom from The Wildlife Trusts as he takes us on a lesson in birdsong! Listen for the trills and patterns in their song to help identify birds when you hear them from your windows or on your walks.
Learn more about the Bee fly.
Want to know about the pollination of the primrose?
What you can learn about the lives of owls by looking through their pellets.
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