Who are we?

Chudleigh Wild are a group of local residents who want to share and enthuse others with their passion for wildlife. Over the past few years they have completed an insect friendly bat garden on rock road, held nature walks and talks, put Swift boxes on the back of the Town hall and the Globe Hotel to extend nesting places, removed grass from verges to increase the variety of plants, planted oak saplings from the twin oaks and a donated Hornbeam at Bridgelands bridge, planted native bulbs and insect friendly plants in verges and public areas, held successful Bat evenings at the Bat field, hosted bat recorder events and teaching sessions to support staff at the primary school and had a strong input in the neighbourhood development plan.

To find out more about us visit the Chudleigh Wild Facebook Page

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Batgarden - Click to open full size image
Chudleigh Residents Identifying Pond Life - Click to open full size image
Black Newt Found In Chudleigh - Click to open full size image
Swift - Click to open full size image
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296starling Carrying Food Img 2959 - Click to open full size image
Large Red Damselfly Pyrrhosoma Nymphula M On Marsh Marigold Flower P1190872 - Click to open full size image
Peacock Img 2609 - Click to open full size image

Tree Management and Vegetation

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