March has been a busy month, with the Beast from the East bringing with it a flurry of birds to our gardens. It is now finally beginning to look like spring, and we’re starting to receive reports of nesting activity.
We’re also starting to record more invertebrates in gardens, and from April we’ll join in with the UK Pollinator Survey’s 10-minute flower-insect counts, in our garden at head office. I hope that many of you will also get behind the project, which aims to improve our understanding of pollinator populations.
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