Wilderhood Watch is a group of St Albans residents determined to help make our city more friendly for wildlife and people, one street at a time. If you already live on a Wilderhood Watch street, please consider becoming involved. Adding your garden to your street’s growing wildlife corridor will make all the difference. To find out what other projects we run, take a look at our Project Page.
By creating a ‘corridor’ of plants from which bees and other pollinators can forage, you can ensure that they never go hungry, no matter what the season. The Pollinator Highway project involves swapping pollinator-friendly plants amongst yourselves and learning to garden in a more wildlife friendly way. Or you may want to become a Hedgehog Street, creating access holes for hedgehogs and ensuring your gardens are super safe (hedgehogs have a reputation for getting into sticky situations!)
To find out if your street has a Wilderhood Watch group, check out the Wilder Actions Map on the Wilder St Albans website. If your street doesn’t yet have a group, please have a chat with your neighbours and consider joining us. We’d love to have you! We will provide you with a group page on our website, as well as a project page and logo for new projects.