Wouldn’t it be great if there was an organisation that could help you to bring back the exhilarating sights and sounds of nature to your garden?
The WildlifeGarden Project are a volunteer organisation who dedicate themselves to helping you do your bit to create the right conditions and encourage wildlife to your garden.
They provide support in the form of various types of resources and tools, in order to help you play your part, however small. Feel free todonate to this talented team who work tirelessly to benefit all of us.
Please watch and share this great video footage below – Help us and“The WildlifeGarden Project”to turn your garden into a safe haven for the great British hedgehog
Help the Hedgehogs and Help Your Garden!
Unfortunately hedgehog numbers are dwindling at an alarming rate
This is about all of us working together to enrich our lives by telling others about what wildlife we’ve seen and sharing with others what we’ve seen. The more unusual or surprising, the better.
We would love you to help us out with this by:
Letting everyone know via our comments at the bottom of this page which wildlife you’ve seen – when you saw it – what was their reaction?
Please email your wildlife pictures to us
Comment Options:(1) There’s a green button called“Post Comment” (2) There’s a blank comment box above that
The best pictures could appear in this blog at some future date and we would give you full accreditation.
You can make a positive difference by making your garden more wildlife friendly regardless of what size it is.
What’s In it For You!
New sights and sounds in your garden that will enrich your environment
A feel good factor & a great sense of achievement
Increased wildlife activity in your garden that makes it much more interesting
From a child’s point of view making such changes to your garden would turn it into an adventure play ground where they would interact more & are more likely to help you out
Wildlife Watch is about all of us working together to enrich our lives
Mind Blowing Gardening Facts!
Tomatoes, there are more than 10,000 varieties and it has 31,760 genes, this is 7,000 more than human beings. They belong to a family of plants that include the potato, pepper and deadly nightshade. DNA mapping is important as scientists can use it to produce better tomatoes
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