The outdoor meeting for November was arranged over a year ago as a walk along the cliffs at Highcliffe on the south coast.
The visit to Farlington Marshes near Portsmouth occurred on a warm still day in October which made for a very pleasant walk.
The reserve between Keyhaven and Lymington is managed by the ‘Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust ‘on behalf of the local authority and consists of marshes, coarse grazing and shallow lagoons trapped behind a sea wall built in the 1990’s.
Magdalen Down is a Butterfly Conservation Reserve near Winchester.
Members of the natural history society who went to Badbury Rings on a warm July Sunday had the pleasure of walking through Squinancywort, Fairy Flax and Eyebright.
Visitors to Beaulieu are invited to watch an exciting precision driving demonstration and see Top Gear
New Forest Wildlife Park is enjoying one of its best ever years for births – and visitors can enjoy the cute side of conservation as the latest arrivals venture out in the summer sun.
Roadside verges and landscaping make up a significant proportion of our countryside that allows wildlife to flourish.
Martin Down is often regarded as the jewel in the crown of Hampshire’s nature reserves and in the past it has never failed to disappoint.
New Forest Wildife Park (NFWP) is inviting visitors to come and meet the park’s keepers during BIAZA’s Love Your Zoo Week, which will be celebrated this year from Saturday 27 May to Sunday 4 June.
Straight from the pages of a comic book, a stunning reimagining of Batman’s Batmobile will join the impressive line-up of customised machines at the Hot Rod & Custom Drive-In Day at Beaulieu on Father’s Day, Sunday June 18th.
The outdoor meeting for April was a joint event with Southampton and District Bird Club to Winspit near Worth Matravers in Dorset.
A life-size caravan which holds the Guinness World Record as ‘the largest caravan built with interlocking plastic bricks’ has gone on display in the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu.
Michelmersh is a small village lying off the main road from Romsey to Stockbridge.
The scheduled date of 15th January for the visit to Warsash turned out to be cold and wet so the visit was postponed until later in the week.
Storm Angus the first named storm of the winter arrived on the evening before the Natural History Societies outdoor event in November.