News items which first appeared on SpaceForNature during June 2005.
June 28th 2005RSPB finds in favour of cat deterrent
The RSPB has found that an ultrasonic cat deterrent significantly reduced the time cats spend in gardens which used them.
June 28th 2005Free insect ID courses for Leicestershire gardeners
Leicestershire County Council is running some free sessions which will include information on how to identify ladybirds.
June 21st 2005Global warming will affect garden tree choice
Gardeners are being warned that with the change in climate expected over the next 50 years, we should think twice about the types of tree we plant now.
June 21st 2005English Nature scoops award at Gardeners' World Live 2005
English Nature was awarded the epithet of Best Contribution to Environmental and Conservation Issues at the BBC Gardeners' World Live 2005 show.
June 13th 2005Fewer birds returning to gardens this summer
A national scheme to track returning summer migrants to Britain has found that numbers of several species are down on previous years.
June 13th 2005Research finds in favour of cat collars
New research has found that cats wearing collars fitted with a bell or sonic alarm catch and kill up to a third less garden wildlife.
June 6th 2005BBC Springwatch pulls in the viewers
Viewing figures for the BBC's Springwatch series of live broadcasts from an organic farm in Devon rivalled Big Brother and Celebrity Love Island in its first week of transmission.
June 6th 2005Wildlife Trust opens wildlife garden
The Wildlife Trust for Lancashire, Manchester and North Merseyside has officially opened a new wildlife garden at its HQ.
June 1st 2005Welsh Wildlife Trusts for Gardeners
The six Welsh Wildlife Trusts are supporting Welsh Wildlife Week with a number of events across the country.
June 1st 2005Silver for RSPB and WT gardens at Chelsea
Both the RSPB and Wildlife Trust show gardens at Chelsea were awarded silver medals.
June 1st 2005Sheffield BUGS project moves forward
The 'Biodiversity in Urban Gardens in Sheffield' project (BUGS) has been the highest profile formal study in the UK into 'wildlife gardening' and it is about to enter a new phase.
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