open gardens

Do you have a passion for gardening and a love for songbirds? Open your garden for wildlife to support research into the decline!

Amanda Cooper from Chipping Norton in Oxfordshire has regularly opened her cottage gardens to the public, donating the proceeds from tea and cake sales to SongBird Survival. She told us:

"Ours is a small semi-detached house in a tiny hamlet/village, with nothing grand about it whatsoever. ANYONE can do this!"

To help us raise money to support songbirds, we invite you to open your garden, or visit our members gardens by clicking on the links below.

We love seeing different gardens from all over the UK; big or small, urban or rural, beginner or seasoned gardener, we love to see them all and see what you have included in your gardens to support wildlife.


Would you like to open up your garden to the public?

Seasoned pro at open gardens? Fantastic!
Never done it before? No problem!
We provide free open gardens support kits to help you plan the best ways to raise money by hosting an open garden and provide tips and advice along the way.
Email  to get started and receive your open gardens support kit, and get a free SongBird Survival t-shirt when you register the date and location of your open garden.