The wildlife in your garden

Want to know how to attract local wildlife to your garden?

Every window sill, yard and small garden is a stepping stone in the patchwork of spaces that animals and plants live in and move through – for shelter, and for food.

Tiny changes that we can make help to improve the connections between these patches, making a huge difference to our wild companions.

If you’d like to find out more about the simple changes you can make to help wildlife this autumn, join Katie Horgan – Rough Around the Edges Project Officer for the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Wildlife Trust – for a walk through some wildlife gardening ideas.

Your garden: making a difference this autumn for local wildlife is an online event, taking place on Thursday 15 October (7pm-9pm) – book your place here.

Your garden: making a difference this autumn for local wildlife is part of A Chilterns Celebration, a month-long programme of events being co-ordinated by Chalk, Cherries and Chairs, a Chilterns Conservation Board project. All events will comply with government guidelines on Covid-19, applicable at the time. If any Covid-19 outbreaks occur, or new restrictions are imposed, the event will be cancelled and a full refund given.

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