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Wildlife action

Give nature a helping hand by carrying out a few simple tasks in your garden

  • Bee-Insect-hotel-thumbnail-PTES-Wildlife-friendly-garden-kit

    Gardening guides

    Many British species are declining and face a high risk of extinction, but with your Wildlife Friendly Garden Kit you can help us protect those that remain before it's too late.

    Get gardening for wildlife
  • Living with Mammals survey

    Living with Mammals survey

    Tell us what mammal visitors you get in your garden. It’s important to know about all mammals, not just the ones that are currently threatened, as it helps us to gather vital information about the ‘green health’ of our communities. Register today and get mammal monitoring!

    Take part
  • Look out for mammals

    Look out for mammals

    Download our free guide and look out for mammals in your garden. Learn how to spot field signs and footprints. Join in with our Living with Mammals survey and become a mammal detective. Large file size so it might take a short while to download.

    Download guide
  • fruit tree pruning

    Action for orchard wildlife

    If you own an orchard or work in one, you can help protect the thousands of species they are home to. See our guides to planting, pruning, and harvesting your orchard.

    View practical guides
  • Stag beetle on stump by Claire-Louise Park

    Action for stag beetles

    Learn how to create log pile homes for one of our most charismatic beetles, and other top tips.

    Help stag beetles
  • Action for hedgehogs

    Pledge and map a hole for hedgehogs and become a Hedgehog Champion. Take part via Hedgehog Street, our campaign with the British Hedgehog Preservation Society.

    Visit Hedgehog Street
  • hazel dormouse by John Webley uk mammal grant ptes

    Action for dormice

    If you've seen a hazel dormouse, found a dormouse nest or a dormouse chewed nut you can record it here on the National Dormouse Database. This will help us increase our knowledge of the distribution and abundance of these rare mammals in England and Wales.

    Record a sighting
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    PTES shop

    Support our work in our shop with a range of home and garden accessories, charity gifts, cards and more. 100% of the profits go directly to help wildlife both in the UK an overseas.

    Visit our shop
  • Guidance leaflets. Image credit Ian Schofield

    Guidance leaflets

    Further advice on how to protect rare wildlife and habitats.

    View leaflets

Let's keep in touch...

We'd love to tell you about our conservation work through our regular newsletter Wildlife World, and also how you can save endangered species through volunteering, taking action or donating. You must be 18 or over. The information that you provide will be held by People’s Trust for Endangered Species. For information on how PTES processes personal data, please see our privacy policy.

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