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Gardens for Wildlife Fact Sheets

The aim of a ‘Garden for Wildlife’ is to create habitat by providing food, shelter, nesting sites and safe areas to raise young. This largely involves the use of varied types of local native plant species, but also providing water, places to hide or find shelter, warm basking sites (e.g. rocks, logs) and nesting sites (natural or artificial).

We have provided a selection of fact sheets with tips and tricks below to help develop your Garden for Wildlife.

Creating a garden that
attracts wildlife

Creating a
‘Layered Garden’

Bird Habitat for
Food and Safety

Water and Water Features
in your Garden

Attracting Insects and
other Invertebrates

Landscaping Ideas
and Wildlife Habitat

Growing Locals for
Wildlife Habitat

Avoiding Escaped
Garden Plants

Feeding
Wildlife

Responsible
Pet Ownership

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