Introductory training handout
An extended version of the training handout which is a useful document to refer to for ideas and advice on lots of areas.
Identifying and recording wildlife
Recording wildlife is very important for research and decision making at national and local levels. Find out how you can get involved.
Biological recording for Wildlife Wardens
A talk by Jess Smallcombe from the Devon Biodiversity Records Centre on how Wildlife Wardens can record wildlife locally.
Making a pond
One of the best possible projects for wildlife is to dig a pond in your garden or public space. Here is how!
Planting and improving hedges give better habitats, better habitat connections, and better carbon ‘banks’.
DBRC are collecting data on Devon’s hedges to help fill gaps in knowledge about these vital habitats. Have a look at this information about how you can go about surveying hedges in your own parish.
Orchards have an enormous value to wildlife. Devon was once famous for its beautiful orchards – these projects could make Teignbridge orchards famous again!
Connecting wildlife habitats to give our wildlife a better chance of survival.
You may want to look here for information about planting for wildlife and carbon sequestration.
Thoughts about rewilding or habitat management.
Managing a seed nursery
Growing trees and wildflowers from seed is a fun and rewarding activity. Look here for a step-by-step guide.
Running a “Moth Breakfast”
Our Trusham Wildlife Warden Helen ran a successful Moth Breakfast and has written a report which may be helpful to others who may be thinking of running a similar event. It was a great way to inspire and show the local community about wildlife on their doorstep.