What can I do?
Imagine the difference it would make if everyone took a small action for wildlife. We've got plenty of ideas for things you can do to help the nature on your doorstep. You can start as small and local as you like - or think big!
Take action for wildlife at home
There are things we can change in our everyday lives that will have positive impacts on wildlife. Find step by step guides below.
You can also help wildlife by making space for nature - whether that's in a window box or a big garden. Watch our handy how-to videos.
Get inspired! See what others are doing as part of Team Wilder
Team Wilder story: Greening Chinnor
Greening Chinnor has been creating space for lost and forgotten plants in Donkey Lane Community Orchard as Christine Davis explains
Team Wilder: Developing a community networking hub
Lily O’Neill outlines an exciting new Team Wilder project to bring community groups together, helping to create more nature everywhere…
Team Wilder story: Shabbington Nature Network
Residents of Shabbington, Bucks, decided to create a nature network to bring more wildlife back to their village
Team Wilder story: Wilder churches
Churchyards can be havens for wildlife and people. Find out how you could make your local churchyard wilder this summer.
Team Wilder Story: Creating a village for owls
Residents have put up dozens of owl boxes and planted 700 trees and shrubs to revitalise the ecosystem in and around their villages.
How to turn a row of trees into a hedgerow
Conservation intern Robert Cooke explains how he hacks at hedgerows to create wildlife super-highways.
Team Wilder story: Turning a blank canvas into a haven for wildlife
Before: A rectangle of sterile lawn with a narrow flower border and a lone pear tree. After: a haven for wildlife
Team Wilder story: How to create more homes for nature in your own garden
Ben Vanheems shares his love of wildlife gardening and offers a few tips to help you create more homes for nature in your own garden
Team Wilder story: Creating a wildlife oasis at Launton Grange Care Home
Residents at Launton Grange Care Home decided to create a wildlife oasis in their grounds, winning an award for their efforts!