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Create your own little haven for wildlife

Wildlife Garden

Create your own little haven for wildlife


Become a wildlife gardener

You might be starting your wildlife garden from scratch, developing an existing wildlife garden, or just transforming an area of your garden. Whatever you plan to do to make your garden more wildlife friendly, we’re here to help.
Follow the steps below to start your journey to becoming a wildlife gardener!

Step 1: Connect with us

Connect with us on social media for wildlife gardening tips, videos, news and to stay in touch with us!

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Step 2: Sign up to our newsletter

Sign up to our newsletter and we’ll let you know what jobs to be doing in your garden each month, as well as keeping you updated on new videos, articles, special offers and competitions.

We promise we will never spam you (we’re too busy making videos and watching birds!).

Remember to tick all the boxes if you’d like to hear about upcoming courses, workshops, events, competitions and special offers too.

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Wildlife Garden Project Clothing and Bags

If you missed out on our merch at Birdfair, fear not! You can still get your hands on our wildlife themed clothing and bags online.
We only use certified organic fabrics and renewable energy in our supply chain, so our T-shirts are good for you and good for the planet!
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Step 3: Get wildlife gardening!

On this website, our team of volunteers have assembled together more articles, videos and tips than you can shake a stick at. You can get practical advice and information on Wildlife Gardening and learn new tips and techniques in our tutorial Videos.

Have a browse around and see what tasks you could complete to make your garden more wildlife friendly.

We’ve included a few ideas below to get you started!

Red Admiral butterfly on purple flower

As the seasons change, so do the jobs in the garden. Keep up to speed with what you can do to keep your garden wildlife friendly with our month by month guide.

Birds on a feeder - wildlife gardening for birds

If you’re new to wildlife gardening, start here! Learn how to transform your space into a wildlife haven that will attract a huge variety of species.

A bird box on a tree - wildlife gardening for birds

Making a bird nest box is fun, cheap, and you’ll be helping to save trees by using up any old wood you have lying around. And of course, the birds will thank you for it!

Lilypad on pond

Ponds are one of the best ways to make your garden more wildlife friendly, providing food, shelter, water, and breeding and hibernation spots to all kinds of creatures.


A wildflower meadow provides food and shelter for birds, insects and mammals and is a feast for the eyes too! Autumn is the best time to sow one, so now is a great time to get planning!


Hedgerows provide food, shelter and doorways to other gardens and our guide will help you get started

Step 4: Send us your photos

We would love to see your progress as you turn your garden into a wildlife haven.

Share your photos with us by sending them to laura@wildlifegardenproject.com and we will feature them on our social media pages as inspiration for others to get involved.


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If you’ve got a passion for wildlife and want to help us spread our wildlife gardening message further by writing articles or contributing photos or films, or if you’d just like to say hello, we’d love to hear from you!

Connect with us

Follow us on our social media pages for updates, news and even more wildlife gardening tips!

The Wildlife Garden Project

We have a diverse bunch of friendly people working behind the scenes on our videos and website. We all work for free, fuelled only by our shared love of wildlife.

If you’d like to become part of the team, get in touch!

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