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Making your garden or outdoor space wildlife friendly doesn’t mean you have to let it grow into a jungle. Every space, whether it be a balcony or a busy family garden, can bring #NatureToYourDoorstep and we want to help you create a wildlife friendly space that’s right for you.
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Resident expert Adrian Thomas has produced a step-by-step guide on how to make your space an oasis for you and for wildlife. You're bound to find something you can do to welcome nature on your doorstep.
RSPB's Nature on Your Doorstep volunteer, Izabela Kennedy, shares winter wildlife gardening tips and best ways to attract birds into your garden.
If you want even more inspiration, head on over to our website. It’s full to the brim with hints, tips and activities. You can even sign up for our monthly Nature on Your Doorstep email.
Are you ready for the #NatureGardenChallenge? Be inspired by 4 first time home owners who completely transformed their outdoor space into a haven for them, and for nature in just one day with a budget of £250
Not just a pile of logs! Learn how to attract more wildlife to your log pile: Read the latest blog by Adrian Thomas
Looking for another way to get involved? We’ve just launched our new Facebook Community. Why not take a look around?
Barratt Developments PLC is supporting the RSPB to get gardens, balconies and other outdoor spaces blooming and buzzing with life. Read about our wider partnership and commitments to nature-friendly homes.
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