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Conservation Fact File 7 - Wild Your Garden

There are 23 million gardens in the UK. We can all help nature by using even a small part of a garden to attract more species and help our dwindling wildlife. By providing suitable habitats for insects, mammals and birds not only can we bring variety and colour to the garden, but also benefit nature.
Aimed at Key stage 3,4 & 5, 11-18 year old children, the video is accompanied by classroom worksheets to help reinforce the learning and ignite the interest of students in the ways in which we can all help keep the balance in our countryside.

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NGO Educational Trust
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