Garden nightlife under the spotlight
Appeared on Space For Nature on 7th July 2004
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) want gardeners to spend some time in their garden at night to see what can be found there under the cover of darkness.
'RHS Wild Night Out' runs from the 1st to 8th of August when evenings tend to be warm and many nocturnal garden animals are active. This is the latest of a number of initiatives that the RHS have undertaken to promote an understanding of garden biodiversity. Their website (see the source link below) includes links to more information and resources to help gardeners get the most out of their night-time garden watching.
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