Ponds, lakes, rivers and streams are incredibly important wildlife habitats. Unfortunately, they are under threat and need all the help we can give them.
By joining the Freshwater Habitats Trust (formerly known as Pond Conservation) you'll help to:
- save endangered freshwater wildlife
- create and protect special wildlife ponds
- campaign and influence policies to help save ponds, lakes and rivers
Get to know the animals that live in your pond
Learn more about the creatures living in your pond, including water beetles, snails, shrimps and caddis fly larvae.
Improve your garden pond with the Advice Centre
Problems with leaks, silt, algae or general pond management? Help is at hand with these factsheets.
Or you can ask the experts by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 01865 483114.
Developing the OPAL Water Survey
The water survey includes an invertebrate activity that is based on a method developed by the Freshwater Habitats Trust (formerly known as Pond Conservation).
Finding out more
Want to protect freshwater wildlife? Find out how you can help.
Water activity sheets
Do your kids love water? Get our free puzzles, games and facts.