Attracting Animals

There are lots of ways to attract a huge variety of species to your garden. You won’t only be helping to provide food and shelter for our struggling wildlife, but you’ll be creating a garden that’s buzzing with life and the sounds of nature!


Find out how to provide food and shelter for hedgehogs and make sure your garden is a safe haven for these prickly little creatures

Great tit on branch

There are lots of types of bird feeders on the market. We’ll help you choose the best ones to keep all your birds happy!

A bird box on a tree - wildlife gardening for birds

If you fancy a spot of DIY, making a bird box is a fun way to create a safe and secure home for birds in your back garden.

Chaffinch on feeder

With so many types of bird food available, it can be hard to know which options are best. This guide will clear things up!

Daisies and dandelions in a lawn

Wildflower meadows provide food, shelter and breeding spots for a huge array of insects, mammals and birds.

Frog on lawn

Spring can be a dangerous time for amphibians. Help give frogs and toads a fighting chance with our simple tips.

A toad in a wildlife garden

There are lots of things you can do in your garden to help amphibians, even if you don’t have a pond. Find out out how in our guide!

Bug Hotel

Making a bug hotel is a fun way to attract lots of fascinating tiny creatures, whilst providing food for birds and other creatures!

Lilypad on pond

Ponds are an excellent source of water for wildlife, as well as a great habitat. Here are some tips to get you started.

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Pink flowers

Grow a wildflower meadow, plant a hedgerow and discover the best plants, trees and shrubs to create habitat, shelter and food for the creatures in your garden.

Bird seed cake

Want to build a bird box, grow a wildflower meadow, make bird seed cake or help hedgehogs, reptiles and amphibians? Our videos will show you how!

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