Get inspired by our free nature podcasts.
Our new podcasts are a great way to find out more about our projects, how to care for wildlife and about some of our dedicated staff.
Simply click on one of the audio files below to start listening, or listen via our Podbean page.
The peat-free podcast
Going peat-free in your garden is one of the easiest, and most important things that you can do for wildlife. Join the Lancashire Peatland Initiative's Jenny and Jessica as they discuss what's so important about peat and where you might find it lurking in your home and garden.
Birchfields Forest Garden and wild bee walks
We join Jane Morris, one of the Founders of Birchfields Park Forest Garden in Manchester, to talk all about this exciting project and their wild bee walks.
Garden birds with the My Wild City team
Join Ellie, Russell and Hilary from the My Wild City team as they chat about garden birds and how to give them a helping hand. Download your free My Wild Garden guide today for more tips on how to create a space for wildlife.
Looking ahead to spring
Spring is closer than we think! In this podcast Ellie and Hilary from the My Wild City team take a look at what's happening for wildlife in the garden right now and discuss how you can start planning for spring. Get your hands on our free My Wild Garden booklet for even more wild inspiration!
Autumn gardening for wildlife
Join the My Wild City team as they share their top tips for looking after the wildlife in your garden or yard this Autumn. And don't forget, you can download your free My Wild Garden guide and submit your hedgehog sightings to be in with a chance on winning a trail camera!
Leave your lawn long
Members of our wonderful My Wild City team chat about some of the fantastic reasons why you shouldn't mow your lawn.
Can you find nature in the car park?
Communications Manager, Alan Wright, chats to our Wigan Project Manager, Mark Champion, about how lockdown has affected our work and how you can connect with nature all around you - even in the car park!
Birds need water too
My Wild City Project Officer, Hilary Wood, talks how you can support the wildlife in your garden by leaving water out as well as food.
We're on YouTube too.
There's also lots of interesting and informative videos to help you find out more about nature and our work to support it on our YouTube channel.