South West Nature Network

Wild Ideas is helping you to map your wildlife friendly actions and demonstrate how we’re making space for  nature in our window-boxes, gardens, parks, schools, highways and by-ways.

Want to get involved?

Pledge your Place for Nature in the form below or use it to tell us what you have done to give nature a space in your garden or local area and we will add your action to the South West Nature Network map. If you have a photo, email it to us at

Tell us what has visited your Place for Nature by tweeting your sightings to @WildIdeas using #WildPledge

Claim your free tree

During March 2020, our pledges can claim a free UK-grown tree whip to help to wild their outdoor space.  These will be available to collect from Teignmouth.

Tree species are listed below and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

Fruit and nut trees:  hazel, blackthorn, crab apple, dog rose, elder, rowan

Wildlife foraging and food:  hawthorn, rowan, blackthorn, silver birch, hazel, common oak

Working wood trees:  rowan, silver birch, wild cherry, common oak, field maple, grey willow


Make your pledge

Put up a bird boxMake a wildflower patchMake a Bug HotelGrow flowers in a window boxMake a habitat pilePlant a treeHost a bird feederMake a home for hedgehogsOther

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