Carry out a wildlife survey in your community

Undertaking a wildlife survey can provide opportunities to discover and enjoy what wildlife is present in your community, and help identify priorities for its protection and enhancement.

The main purpose of a wildlife survey is to collect detailed information on the wildlife and wildlife habitats in a specified site (and usually in the surrounding area), so that nature conservation features such as hedgerows and ponds can be constructed, promoted and protected.

It is easier to enhance any existing features than to create them from scratch. It is also a chance to enjoy and discover what is valuable in your area.

Your actions will ultimately help create more sustainable community.

Useful Websites

WCVA Funding
Wales’ Third Sector Funding Portal, the one-stop shop for funding.
The Woodland Trust
The UK’s leading woodland conservation charity