Every garden - no matter the size - can be a haven for wildlife
Help us create a network of Wildlife Gardens across Surrey. Let’s inspire, advise and encourage each other to make space for wildlife. Small changes in your garden can make a big difference.
Top tips on how to create your own wildlife haven:
Private gardens are valuable urban habitats and have become more and more important as habitats in the wider countryside have shrunk. Encouraging Wildlife Gardening is part of our Living Landscapes plan. Together our gardens provide wildlife with important corridors to move between greenspaces, nature reserves and the wider countryside. Starting in our own backyard, we can help reverse the decline of wildlife. We can create wildlife refuges and encourage visits by hedgehogs, sparrows, song thrushes and stag beetles.
|All of us can help make space for wildlife whether it’s...|
|a window box||a balcony||a patio||a community area|
|a private garden||school ground||an allotment||a business outdoor space|
SWT Wildlife Gardening Events
Guildford Goes Wild! Saturday 1st April 2017
Wildlife Gardening Talks and Activities (watch this space for further info)
Other Wildlife Gardening Events
SWT are not responsible for any of the following events or activities
Wisley Gardens GU23 6QB, FREE day Friday 4 November