How to attract wildlife

A wildlife garden can provide food, shelter and breeding sites for wildlife. In creating these gardens, we Lorikeetaim to replicate the natural habitat of the animals by planting the correct plant species, creating additional habitat for animals (such as ponds for frogs or warm areas for lizards) and removing the dangers that could threaten the environment or our wildlife, such as inorganic pesticides, environmental weeds or over-aggressive species.

Of course, depending on where you live and the size of your garden, not all gardens are suited to become pristine havens for wildlife. In addition, you may prefer a more formal garden over a wilder garden. We can discuss your exact needs and preferences to come up with a solution that benefits you and the wildlife in your garden.