Information on wildlife gardening

Wildlife Gardener

This attractive website is packed full of useful hints and tips. Covering the widest range of topics – from how to encourage old favourites such as frogs, hedgehogs and birds, to how to deal with rats and other unwelcome guests and from the benefits of bees to avoiding potential problems with foxes or squirrels.

http://www.wildlifegardener.co.uk/

Wild about Gardens

A website put together by the Wildlife Trusts working with the Royal Horticultural Society. They have gathered together helpful downloads and links to websites and book for in-depth information connected with gardens and wildlife.

http://www.wildaboutgardens.org.uk/resources.aspx

Gardening with Wildlife in Mind database

The Wildlife Trusts/Royal Horticultural Society run the Gardening with Wildlife In Mind database which aims to help gardeners choose plants that attract wildlife. Featuring a search tool and information and photos on hundreds of creatures and plants, the database will help you to develop your own wildlife garden.

http://www.wildlifetrusts.org/node/4386

A-Z of Wildlife Gardening with RSPB

Here you will find information on garden habitats, how to attract wildlife into your garden and an advice section on how to further improve your garden for birds and other wildlife.

http://www.rspb.org.uk/makeahomeforwildlife/wildlifegarden/

Information on wildlife gardening was last modified: May 21st, 2015 by Sue Antrobus