With increased pressure on the wider countryside from intensified agricultural practises, reports of “Insect Armageddon”, and many of our garden bird species in decline, there has never been a better time to focus on creating wildlife habitats in our towns and cities.
Even the smallest of gardens can be transformed into a mini oasis for wildlife, that can thrive within just a few square metres. If we all did our bit by planting native wildflowers, digging a pond, or just simply stop mowing our lawns, nature can once again thrive.
In this talk we discuss the advantages of gardening for wildlife and how easy and cost effective it can be.
Date(s) - 18/08/2019
11:00 am - 11:45 am