There are 47 Wildlife Trusts covering the UK (and the Isle of Man and Alderney too). Use the map or the links below to find out more about the Wildlife Trust in your area and get involved with events, activities and Watch groups.

Havant

 
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Come along to learn and discover all about nature through fun games and activities – for children aged 5-14 years and their parents. One Saturday per month, 10am-12 noon at various locations around the Havant area. £4 suggested donation. Check website for dates and locations or email: havantwildlifewatch@gmail.com

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Group news and diary

Langstone Harbour session this Saturday 23rd June 2018

Meeting at 10 am on Saturday.
Hayling Billy / Nature Reserve car park, Victoria Rd, Hayling, PO11 0LG

Langstone Harbour 24.06.18

Join us for some midsummer meadow meandering, foraging and flowers plus flotsam finding, photo opportunities and other outdoor fun beside the harbour, this Saturday 10am-12 noon!

We will explore the shoreline and meadow area near the former Oysterbed lagoons on Hayling Island, located on the Hayling Billy Coastal Path, to see how Langstone Harbour's diverse landscape of tidal mudflats, saltmarsh, seagrass meadows and shingle is such an important habitat for wildlife and what we can do to help take care of it.

There are two small free public car parks which can be accessed directly from the A3023 Havant Road.

We will meet at 10 am at the second car park (postcode PO11 0LG). Turn right at the small brown nature reserve sign into Victoria Rd and the car park is at the end.

Please email: havantwildlifewatch@gmail.com if you plan to come along, so we know to expect you.

Hope to see you there,

Liz, June and Caroline.

Signs of Spring & Willow Weaving 24.02.18

We are meeting at 10 am this Saturday 24th February 2018 (not 2017 - apologies!) at Havant Thicket car park.

The main entrance and car park is on Manor Lodge Road, Rowlands Castle, PO9 6HE. (OS Grid Reference SU 725102).

Please see below for further details about the session.

Signs of Spring & Willow Weaving 24.02.17

Hello Wildlife Watchers,

We will be meeting at 10am this Saturday at Havant Thicket for a short walk to look for signs of Spring, before having a go at making willow dreamcatchers, birdnests and trees of life, nearby, with June's garage for some shelter!
(3 Brambling Rd, Rowlands Castle, Hants, PO9 6HF).

Please wear warm clothes and bring a camping chair/stool if you have one.

We will also be joined by Gemma Waters from HIWWT for this session and will be discussing ideas for future sessions & locations to visit.

We hope you can join us!

Please email havantwildlifewatch@gmail.com to let us know.

Liz, June and Caroline.

13th January wildlife watch cancelled

Unfortunately we have had to cancel our January session due to changes in site and leader availability.

The group are not meeting at Staunton until further notice. We are currently in the process of arranging the next sessions to be held at different locations in the area, which will bring exciting new opportunities for wildlife watching!

For further information please sign up to follow our group website:
www.wildlifewatch.org.uk

Email: havantwildlifewatch@gmail.com

Meanwhile see: www.wildlifewatch.org.uk and see 'My Winter Wildlife' for some wildlife activities and tips.

Liz, June and Caroline

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