News items which first appeared on SpaceForNature during September 2005.
September 26th 2005Hygiene advice for bird feeders
Lots of us feed garden birds believing that we are helping them in their quest for survival. But how many of us stop to consider that done incorrectly, feeding could actually do more harm than good?
September 20th 2005MPs voice opinions on wildlife gardening
MPs who responded to a questionnaire about wildlife gardening generally regard it favourably, though their answers show that one or two myths persist.
September 20th 2005Survey owls from the comfort of your bed!
The British Trust for Ornithology is aiming to recruit gardeners to help with an autumn/winter owl survey.
September 12th 2005Watch out for exotic beetle
An exotic beetle which is known to be imported on Chinese maples has been found in both Lancashire and several places in southern England.
September 12th 2005A timely reminder to help hedgehogs
We may be enjoying the late summer weather, but it is not without its problems for our garden wildlife.
September 5th 2005Concrete gardens exacerbate flooding
The trend for small urban front gardens to be turned into off-road parking spaces is worsening problems of flooding in London.
September 5th 2005Rare insect discovered in garden
An Oxfordshire gardener has uncovered a mole cricket in his compost heap.
September 5th 2005Wildlife Trust trains gardeners
A local Wildlife Trust is offering gardeners training on how to encourage wildlife into their gardens.
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