Doorstep Wildlife


Doorstep Wildlife

Blackbird by Wendy Carter

Looking after yourself and nature

Maintaining a connection with the natural world is important for our health and wellbeing.

We know that people who spend time in nature are happier and healthier. Thanks to our members we've been able to create these resources for you to use at home to help you stay connected with nature,

Just a bit of time every day spent in nature can help relieve stress and improve wellbeing; this can be as simple as taking notice of the flowers springing to life on your daily walk or listening to the birdsong from your window.

From our wildlife investigators who have provided us with spotting sheets, activities, games and more to blogs, recommended nature reads and hints and tips to help you help wildlife where you live. Follow the links to discover more about wildlife on your doorstep and ways to connect to nature as well as family-friendly activities to get everyone involved.

Want to help wildlife where you live? Take a look at our wildlife gardening pages or check out which brilliant beetles you might find close to home and how you can help them.