Robin (Erithacus rubecula) sitting on gardener's plant pot, Devon

Welcome wildlife to your garden

Much of our wildlife is under threat. Help write a new chapter for nature by requesting your free guide.

Across the UK, nature is struggling to survive. But it's not too late for you to help.

Hedgehogs, house sparrows and bees are among the species in trouble. It's a sad and worrying situation, but you can help to write a new chapter in nature's story.

Take a few small steps to help nature

Whether you have a large country garden or a tiny urban balcony, there are lots of things you can do to give nature a home in your patch, from growing flowers to feeding birds. You'll find a range of activities in your Welcome wildlife to your garden guide.

Large white butterfly feeding on lavender flowers in garden setting

Get to know your garden visitors

One of the joys of making your garden more wildlife-friendly is seeing it come alive with all the different species that you attract. Your Welcome wildlife to your garden guide is packed with tips to help you recognise your new visitors.

Together we can all give nature a home - one garden at a time. Request your free guide today and discover how to welcome wildlife into your garden.

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Your copy of Welcome wildlife to your garden is packed full of useful tips and advice, including:

  • All about garden birds
  • Introduction to garden minibeasts
  • How to help hedgehogs and butterflies
  • Monthly gardening tips
  • The best plants to attract bees

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Help write a new chapter for nature by requesting your free guide.

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