Speaking out for wildlife

They live in the shadows, moving quietly between their natural habitats and the last vestiges of open space left near our towns and suburbs. Many are nocturnal, emerging after dusk to follow well-worn paths in search of food. They are quick, vigilant, and able to forage within a wild larder that regularly involves criss-crossing both human and natural landscapes.

They are our wild neighbours, creatures great and small, hardy and resilient who still call this patch of land, home. Adaptable, resourceful, these small mammals somehow manage to live alongside the ever-expanding suburbs, contending with ever-increasing threats, living deeper in the shadows with each year.

This series of video stories touch on the vulnerability of wild lives in our modern world, and how we can each make small changes in our homes and gardens to make life a little easier for them.