Wildlife Gardening - Talk and Q+A Session (Climate Week North East Event)
18mar7:00 pm8:45 pmWildlife Gardening - Talk and Q+A Session (Climate Week North East Event)7:00 pm - 8:45 pm OrganiserNorth East Scotland Biodiversity PartnershipEvent TypeWebinar & TalksThemeNature & Biodiversity
Would you like to learn more about what YOU can do at home to support your local wildlife? Then
About this Event
With over 15 million gardens in Britain, covering an area larger than all our national nature reserves put together, what we choose to do with our gardens really does matter for nature.
Whether your garden is small or large, paved-over and pristine or overgrown and neglected – there are a huge variety of things we can all do to help our struggling wildlife. From thinking about the best types of plants to grow and where, to encouraging different animals and insects by providing the right shelter and food sources. Members of the North East Scotland Biodiversity Partnership will cover a range of practical topics to do with wildlife gardening, and how what you do will make a difference. There will also be a Q+A session following the main talk, where attendees will be able to ask questions.
If you would like to send your wildlife gardening questions in advance of the event, please email then to [email protected]
***Please be aware that this event will be recorded and published online. If you do not want to be recorded, then please switch your camera and microphone off when joining. Any questions can also be sent in advance via email, or on the night by using the chat function via the host if you do not wish to speak.***
NESBiP would like to thank Aberdeenshire Council Countryside Ranger Service and John Malster from Curam Fyvie for their help in creating this event.
(Thursday) 7:00 pm - 8:45 pm