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Avon Wildlife Trust’s Wildlife Gardening Club Online, July–September
July 14 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm UTC+1| £3 – £49
If you want inspiration and advice on how to welcome more wildlife to your garden, this is the course for you! Join us online, every 2nd Wednesday of the month, for Wildlife Gardening Club. Each month we will focus on a different topic: such as building ponds, planting for pollinators and how to grow vegetables in a wildlife friendly way.
Each month we will be joined by an expert guest who will share their knowledge and top tips. You will also have the opportunity to ask for advice on what is best for your own garden.
Wildlife Gardening Club is open to anyone and we welcome people who have only recently discovered their love of nature or gardening. Together we will create a supportive community, where we share our successes and challenges every month, so that we can all learn together. For this reason we are running these sessions in seasonal blocks. The third block is now available to book onto and will run from July- Sep 2021. If you enjoy these 3 sessions you may want to join us for the remainder of the year. Our final seaso al block will be advertised later in the year.
The details for the third seasonal block are:
Gardens at night
Wednesday 14th July 2021 6:30pm-8pm
Focusing on bats, in this session we will learn about the amazing biology of bats, and explore how your urban or rural garden can best support these incredible mammals, as well as touching on other nocturnal visitors.
Wednesday 11th August 2021 6:30-8pm
In this session we’ll look at our gardens as part of a wider network of natural havens. We’ll discuss how to improve wildlife corridors through your neighbourhood, and what your local wildlife needs most from your garden!
Gardens in Autumn
Wednesday 8th September 2021 6:30-8pm
This is the time of year to think about providing food and shelter for wildlife as the days grow colder. This session will cover wildlife friendly garden management, as well as ideas to support wildlife over winter, from stumperies to hibernaculums.