News items which first appeared on SpaceForNature during September 2004.
September 2004Tomorrow's Garden for Local Wildlife 2004 Conference
Tickets are available for a major wildlife gardening conference taking place in Chester on Saturday 9th October 2004.
20th September 2004Surging populations of exotic birds
At least three species of exotic parrots are now breeding at large in the English countryside and fears are growing that they pose a threat to some of our native birds.
20th September 2004RSPB Feed the Birds Day
In an effort to encourage more people to feed their garden birds, the RSPB has nominated October 30th 2004 as Feed the Birds Day.
13th September 2004Major threat to garden frogs
Many gardeners in Essex, Surrey and Kent have reported that frogs have disappeared completely from their ponds this year.
6th September 2004Gardener finds rare caterpillars
A gardener in Somerset has found some caterpillars of the death's head hawkmoth feeding on potato plants in her garden.
6th September 2004Humble dandelion reveals hidden secret
Scientists at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew are investigating the potential healing benefits of native British plants.
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