Our places provide homes for lots of different types of wildlife. We're working to ensure that these special places and their residents stay protected

A blue tit surveys the woods below
Tansy beetle at Beningbrough Hall

Our rare parkland wildlife 

Discover the rare wildlife that lives in our parklands. Next time you go out walking in your local park, look out for the unusual plants, insects and birds that live in parklands that haven’t changed for centuries.

Two puffins on Staple Island, part of the Farne Islands

Nature and wildlife success stories 

We look after lots of nature and wildlife on the land we care for. It is vital that we retain its good health through a rich diversity of wildlife. Read about some of the insects, birds, animals, plants and landscapes that make this land special.

Spider web in the garden at Bateman's

Nine ways to make your garden more wildlife friendly 

Do you want to create a refuge for species that are declining in the wild? Here are nine ways you can bring more nature into your garden.

Safeguarding nature

Find out how we're helping to look after natural habitats and native species