Wednesday, 4 November 2015

On the blog this Autumn: My Nature in November posts...

It’s November: the days are shorter, the nights are longer, cold weather is setting in and Autumn Watch is on our tellies. As well as being the month in which it’s socially acceptable to start looking forward to Christmas, November is the prime time to get your gardens wildlife friendly and ready for winter...

Over a couple of weeks in November with a little help from the RSPB I will be doing a series of posts all about how you can help support the wildlife in your gardens this autumn/winter. From hedgehog houses to suet cakes, bird feeders to bug houses; have a cup of tea, wrap up warm, then venture outside and take part in my Nature in November activities to ensure your garden is a winter wildlife haven. If you're interested, then keep an eye out for upcoming posts with the 'Nature in November' heading - it's bound to be full of wildlife tips and tricks!
Please share with anyone you think might be interested! Also please do keep me up to date with any wildlife you've spotted in your autumn gardens in the comments section below each post or alternatively, tweet me at @FACEcrueltyfree using the hash-tag #NatureInNovember !

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