Mammal Trust UK's annual survey of
these spaces, Living with Mammals, begins its fifth survey season this year and
has shown that, when we take the time to look, it can be surprising who we find our
Gardening without skips
Wildlife gardeners want to garden for the benefit of their local
wildlife; but we must all be mindful of the impact of gardening on the wider
environment. Based on the July 2004 feature written for the Wildlife Trusts
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March 6th 2007Living with
Mammals Mammal Trust UK's annual survey of these
spaces, Living with Mammals, begins its fifth survey season in 2007 and has shown that, when we
take the time to look, it can be surprising who we find our neighbours are.
February 3rd 2007Wild in your garden Lancashire Wildlife Trust is inviting keen wildlife gardeners to enter a
national competition where they may have the opportunity to have their garden featured on BBC
August 21st 2006Garden wildlife
survey A Welsh local authority is conducting a survey
to establish the importance of local gardens for wildlife.
Watching garden wildlife has just taken on a new dimension for me with the
installation of a remote CCTV camera.
This weekend I did my bit for the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch and
enjoyed a pleasant hour just watching for a change.
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