Newts found near Chester being held in hands Beautiful flowers in woodlands in Cheshire Tree clearance near Chester Wildbanks Conservation team on quad bike and tractor Tree felling in Cheshire using a chainsaw Wetland clearance in North Wales Fence for newt protection in North Wales Domestic planters Tree felling equipment Large outdoor classroom near Chester Timber steps for school use Children’s quiet area Wooden hump back bridge in forest near Shrewsbury Happy girl using mud kitchen in Wrexham Dragonfly in woodlands near Chester Tree clearance in North Wales Japanese knotweed injection in Chester
Newts found near Chester being held in hands Beautiful flowers in woodlands in Cheshire Tree clearance near Chester Wildbanks Conservation team on quad bike and tractor Tree felling in Cheshire using a chainsaw Wetland clearance in North Wales Fence erection in North Wales Domestic planters Tree felling equipment Large outdoor classroom near Chester Timber steps for school use Children’s quiet area Wooden hump back bridge in forest near Shrewsbury Happy girl using mud kitchen in Wrexham Dragonfly in woodlands near Chester Tree clearance in North Wales Japanese knotweed injection in Chester

Wildbanks Conservation

10 Years Anniversary Celebration

Wildbanks Conservation is owned and managed by Mick and Clare Smith. Established in 2007, Mick and Clare have built the business in to a leading name in practical conservation, ecology and environmental education. Their teams can-do attitude and adaptability has raised them to the top of their profession and with the business’s planned expansion, we are all excited about what the future holds.

Our team have the skills to turn your project in to reality, be it creating a new Nature Trail through a town park or delivering a programme of European protected species surveys. Our skills and work ethos and up to date knowledge of legislation and best practice ensures your project is completed on time and on budget.


Director, Mick Smith

Director, Mick Smith

"We have often found ourselves delivering projects others will not, our wetland restoration projects have been some of the most challenging. How do you get an 8t excavator 2km across a bog and then dig a 1m x 1.5m deep x 152m long bund while standing on ‘peat porridge’?"

But as an example of Wildbanks philosophy, Mick added.

"Carefully! But these are the fun jobs"

CHAS Accredited Contractor, Countryside Management Association, Learning Through Landscapes
The Wildbanks Conservation team at the Wrexham offie

About us

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Tree felling near Chester

Countryside Management

From tree felling and pond clearance to boardwalks and invasive species clearance plus everything in between

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Snake in woodland near Wrexham

Ecology

All types of ecological surveys can be undertaken, as well as completing practical mitigation schemes

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Mud kitchen for school trip

Environmental Education

Transforming your green spaces into stimulating, fun and safe places can be easier than you imagine

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