Free Pollinator Pack

Download your Pollinator Pack, full of planting and activity ideas to help pollinators flourish in your garden.

Vine House Farm

Nuthatch by Darin Smith

Buying bird food? Help wildlife all across our region by buying through Vine House Farm who donate a percentage of their profits to the Wildlife Trusts.

Wildlife Gardening

Whether you see a little Kenilworth Ivy growing on the wall of an urban multistory carpark or a Red Kite flying over the countryside, wildlife is everywhere. 

With 15 million gardens in the UK at a combined size of around 270,000ha, gardens are a vital and significant habitat, providing food, water, shelter, breeding and nesting areas and a way to travel from one place to another.

There are many very simple ways to welcome wildlife whatever the size of land you have in the town or the countryside. Here are some free factsheets you can download to get you started! 

Wildlife Gardening Factsheets

Bug box by David Kilbey Pipistrelle by Amy Lewis Blue Tit by Alan Price Bird nest box Nectar rich plants
Animal homes & shelter Bat boxes Birds in your garden Bird nest box Pollinator Plants
Peacock by Barry Shorter Wildlife pond by David Kilbey Somerfields by Nat Light Hedgehog box by Natalie Light Trees and shrubs in Sarah Wood's garden
Butterfly borders Creating a pond Create a Wildflower Meadow Hedgehog boxes Trees, shrubs and
hedging plant list
Green roof box Black slug by Phil McLean    
Urban gardens Wildlife friendly
‘pest control’
Nocturnal Garden Wildlife    

Wildlife Watch Spotter Sheets for Children

 
Country Butterfly Sheet Woodland Butterfly Sheet Butterfly spotter sheet Moth Spotter sheet Dragonfly Spotter sheet

 

Wildlife Gardening Award

 

To showcase the importance of gardens for wildlife, Hampshire & Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust have awarded certificates and plaques to wildlife-friendly gardeners throughout Hampshire and the Isle of Wight.

Click here for more information on how you can get your award.

 

Other Ways to Get Involved