Garden Wildlife Links. Useful further reading about garden wildlife and how to attract it.

There is so much literature on this subject it’s not possible to provide an exhaustive list of garden wildlife links. Set out below is my selection which I hope you’ll find particularly useful. A quick click on the garden wildlife links will give you much more information

Suggested garden wildlife links


The Bat Conservation Trust.
Enthusiasm for these fascinating creatures shines through! Charity No.1012361


The British Beekeepers Association.
Very informative site particularly about honeybees Charity No. 212025

The Bumble Bee Conservation Trust.
This website is packed with useful information, and includes help to identify bumblebees Charity No.1115634


The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.
Very comprehensive site also giving links to other wildlife Charity No.207076

Butterflies& Moths

Butterfly Conservation.
The centre of nationwide activities. Much information about butterflies. Charity No.254937

UK Butterflies.
Another very informative and enthusiastic site

Dragonflies and Damselflies

The British Dragonfly Society
Great information and beautiful pictures – from an enthusiastic team Charity No.800196

Frogs ,Toads etc

The Froglife Trust.
Devoted to the conservation of all Britain’s reptiles and amphibia Charity No.1093372

Amphibian and Reptile Conservation.
Another website you must visit if you are interested in reptiles and amphibia Charity No.1130188


Pond Conservation.
A comprehensive site designed to advise and to encourage interest in the creatures you might see in a pond. Charity No.1107708

Sussex Wildlife Trust
Comprehensively covers many aspects of wildlife, but particularly visit the Wildlife in your Garden page.

BBC Countryfile
Just one of many features well worth watching


Collins British Wildlife by Paul Sterry
A beautifully illustrated book covering all aspects of British wildlife.

Collins Pocket Guide – Freshwater Life By Greenhalgh & Ovenden
A well-presented and useful Guide

Hope you like these garden wildlife links. If you have your own favourite you’d like me to add to the list, please let me know.