'Wildlife Gardening with Jenny Steele': - www.wildlife-gardening.co.uk/index.htm
This website has information about getting started with wildlife gardening, the wildlife that could be around in your garden at the moment, and how to learn more by doing a one day or longer course. Wildlife Gardening is a fascinating and absorbing way of managing your garden, however small, to make it attractive to you and your local wildlife and it really does make a difference. Further pages on this site have wildflower seeds and wildlife gardening books to order by post and links to useful organisations or companies providing good wildlife gardening products."
National Fox Welfare Society. www.nfws.org.uk
"To the fox we are known as the First Emergency Service". The Society sends out treatment, free of charge, to householders willing to feed foxes that are suffering from the terrible condition, Sarcoptic Mange. Foxes that, untreated, would die a long lingering death.
The BCT is the only national organisation solely devoted to the conservation of bats and their habitats. We support a network of over 90 voluntary groups around the country whose work includes reassuring and informing the public about bats. The BCT can put you in touch with your nearest group. A leaflet is available.
Metropolitan Public Gardens Association https://www.mpga.org.uk
Established in 1882, the MPGA has over the years played a vital role in the preservation and improvement of countless gardens, neglected sites and green open spaces across London. Modest grants are provided to those who share a desire to improve the environment and thus the quality of life for the local community. The MPGA works with a wide variety of groups, including local councils, schools, hospitals, hospices, museums, voluntary organizations and community groups.
Please note that the wildlife hospital at Morden (known as Wandle or Riverside) has closed.