How are you helping wildlife in your garden? Share your experiences

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Gardens are important habitats for a range of species including small mammals, songbirds and insects. Although it might seem a small contribution, gardening in a wildlife-friendly way can make a massive difference in counteracting biodiversity loss. In the UK, for example, gardens take up more space than all nature reserves combined.

We want to see photos of what you’ve been doing to help. Perhaps you’ve built a bug hotel? Or made holes in the fence so hedgehogs can get through? Or conjured up a designer bird box?

How to get in touch

Share your photos and describe what you’ve been doing in up to 200 words by filling in the form below. Your responses are secure as the form is encrypted and only the Guardian has access to your contributions.

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