Listed below are some websites that have more information on wildlife and gardening. If you have a specific query they may be able to advise you, and help you get the most from your outdoor space – for you and your local wildlife. Together the RHS and The Wildlife Trusts run two gardening projects – The Big Wildlife Garden and Wild About Gardens – for more information, please see the links below.
If you live in England, register your garden or outdoor space and share tips, hints and photos with friendly gardeners in your area. You can even work towards a wildlife garden award!
With ‘Things to do’ features, a community and blogs, Wild About Gardens provides inspiration and practical tips for you wherever you are in the British Isles.
Visit the RHS website for a wealth of gardening information – from plant selectors to places to visit, training courses to show and event details, this is the definitive gardening website for members and the general public alike.
There are 47 individual Wildlife Trusts covering the whole of the UK and the Isle of Man and Alderney. All are working for an environment rich in wildlife for everyone. We have more than 800,000 members including 150,000 members of our junior branch web Wildlife Watch. Our vision is to create web A Living Landscape and secure web Living Seas. We manage around 2,300 nature reserves and every year we advise thousands of landowners and organisations on how to manage their land for wildlife. We also run marine conservation projects around the UK, collecting vital data on the state of our seas and celebrating our amazing marine wildlife. Every year we work with thousands of schools and our nature reserves and visitor centres receive millions of visitors. Each Wildlife Trust is working within its local communities to inspire people about the future of their area: their own Living Landscapes and Living Seas.