News items which first appeared on SpaceForNature during June 2004.
28th June 2004Feeding birds is big business
So many people are now feeding birds that demand for bird-food and feeding products has become a multi-million pound industry.
21st June 2004Britain Goes Wild for garden wildlife
The BBC's Britain Goes Wild program and its 'Make Space For Nature' campaign have been a huge success with suppliers of garden wildlife products inundated by the demand for their products.
21st June 2004English Nature success at Gardener's World show
English Nature's stand at the BBC Gardener's World Live show has been awarded Winner in the category: Best Contribution to Environmental and Conservation Issues.
15th June 2004Take part in a national bumblebee survey now
You have until the end of June to contribute to a national survey on bumblebee nests in gardens and the wider countryside.
14th June 200450,000 pledge to make space for nature
A staggering 50,000 people have so far pledged to join the BBC's Make Space For Nature campaign by helping the wildlife in their gardens.
7th June 2004Garden to save peat bogs
The way in which you garden can have a major impact on the wider environment. An acid test to your environmental credentials is in your stance on peat.
7th June 2004Barclays workers come to aid of wildlife garden
Employees of Barclays Bank contact centre in Sunderland have helped Durham Wildlife Trust improve their wildlife garden.
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