Projects and training

  • Learning about meadows

Introducing Wildlife Wardens to Parish councils

Please provide this information to parish councillors (and other organisations) when introducing yourself as a Wildlife Warden

Personal Safety and Risk Assessment

Personal Safety and Risk Assessment for Wildlife Wardens – planning ahead to keep yourself safe! Here is a training document and a blank template for you to use

Leading volunteer groups

How to lead groups of volunteers safely and effectively. Click here to access the training document and click here for a blank template risk assessment

Teignbridge’s habitats

Nestled between the coast and Dartmoor, Teignbridge has wide variety of habitats. Here is some information about the habitats that can be found locally

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!

Hedge Projects

Planting and improving hedges give better habitats, better habitat connections, and better carbon ‘banks’.

Orchard Projects

Orchards have an enormous value to wildlife. Devon was once famous for its beautiful orchards – these projects could make Teignbridge orchards famous again!

Habitat Connections

Connecting wildlife habitats to give our wildlife a better chance of survival.

Managing a seed nursery

Growing trees and wildflowers from seed is a fun and rewarding activity. Click here for a step-by-step guide