Naturehood

Working together to support the wildlife on your doorstep.

Naturehood is a community project from Earthwatch Europe, working to reverse wildlife decline.

Whether you’re in an urban jungle or country idyll, Naturehood is right up your street! We empower you to take positive action and connect with your community – we can make the biggest difference to wildlife when we work together.

Get Involved

Take Action

Use our step-by-step guides to add wildlife-friendly features to your space.

Join the Conversation

Find one thing to do for wildlife every week, as well as fascinating facts about UK wildlife on our Facebook page. Ask us questions and get involved!

Your Naturehood

Find your local Naturehood and find out how to start your own.

Blog

A long-eared bat hanging in a ceiling corner.

Batty for bats!

By Daniel Vickers, Geography, Bangor University. Find out why these amazing creatures should be appreciated in our Naturespaces!
A clump of frogspawn

How to attract frogs

by Alex Acott, Naturehood community member If you want to attract any species, you will need to provide a reason for them to visit. 
A purple lythrum flower

Rain and gardens: a match made in heaven

by Daniel Vickers, Geography, Bangor University  Living in the United Kingdom, it is easy to see rain as just another type of weather that comes in a cycle, waterlogging gardens and making puddles. But alongside any nuisances, rain brings refreshment and life to gardens and wildlife alike.

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Unless otherwise credited, all illustrations © Chris Shields, and all wildlife photographs © Steven Falk
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