Create homes and healthy habitats for wildlife

Bird boxes and feeders

There are lots of things you can do to help wildlife to thrive. Let the grass grow, make seed balls for the birds, build a bug hotel or even a hedgehog highway.

In recent years, we have seen how climate change can impact the health of habitats. It’s now more important than ever to play our part, big or small, in keeping these homes as healthy havens for wildlife. 

There are lots of things you can do at home and in local community spaces to help wildlife to thrive. Save yourself a job and let the grass grow, creating a mini meadow for the insects in your own garden.
You could even try building your own DIY bug, bee or bird house. Why not get the whole family involved making a hedgehog highway or homemade seed balls to feed the birds?

Take a look at some of our ideas for creating homes and healthy habitats for wildlife.
 

How to help bees and butterflies
Gull chicks, Farne Islands, Northumberland

Why stop there? 

With a whole year packed full of ideas and inspiration to help you on your way, you don't have to stick to just one promise.