Come and collect your FREE wildlife gardening calendar!

The time has arrived to come and collect your free copy of the Biodiversity Gardens ‘Garden Wildlife Calendar’.

This year, Biodiversity Gardens has been busy formulating their very own re-usable calendar. The calendar features monthly advice on how to attract wildlife into your garden, including which top species to look out for that month. There is also space in the calendar for you to write down any important notes you need to take about your wildlife gardening experiences.

All research for the calendar was conducted by local schools in Sutton who are keen on wildlife gardening. Students were allocated a month to research themselves and they could submit their work in any way they wanted. We received some excellent work in the form of PowerPoint presentations, posters and sketches.

The photos for each month were located by running our Garden Wildlife Photography Competition earlier this year. We had some amazing entries and we were proud to announce Mark Turner with his silhouette of a robin as the grand winner, and to feature on the front page.

Thank you to everyone who got involved with our calendar, including the Heritage Lottery Fund, who funded the production of the calendar.

For your FREE copy, just visit the Sutton Ecology Centre in Carshalton and we will hand one over to you….or come along to one of our events (see Events page) where they will be available to pick up .

You can find out more about the Biodiversity Gardens Project, including information on volunteering, by visiting the Biodiversity Gardens page on this site!

 Robin Searle,

Biodiversity Assistant.

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