News items which first appeared on SpaceForNature during May 2005.
May 22nd 2005RSPB green gardening survey
A survey conducted on behalf of the RSPB has found high levels of interest in wildlife gardening.
May 22nd 2005RSPB Nestwatch survey
The RSPB want people to contribute their observations to a survey of birds breeding in gardens.
May 16th 2005Wildlife Trust show garden at Chelsea
Final preparations are now being made to the Wildlife Trusts show garden in the 2005 Chelsea Flower show.
May 16th 2005RHS invite you to a wild night out
Each of the four RHS gardens will host a late evening or early morning event aimed at introducing visitors to the wildlife to be found in the gardens at night.
May 16th 2005David Bellamy will lose role as figure-head
David Bellamy's controversial stance on global warming looks set to see him lose his positions as president of Plantlife Intetnational and the Wildlife Trusts.
May 9th 2005English Nature meets the gardeners
English Nature are to have a stand at the BBC's Gardener's World Live 2005 exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham.
May 9th 200520% of British plants are at risk
An authoritative report just published claims that a fifth of all British plant species are under threat.
May 2nd 2005Campaign to halt pond invasion
A new campaign has been launched to renew the fight against the spread of invasive pond plants across the UK.
May 2nd 2005Kids are losing touch with nature
A survey by the Woodland Trust has produced some startling statistics showing just how unfamiliar our children are with their natural environment.
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