"The Space For Nature Wildlife Gardening Forum is website for people interested in the wildlife
in their gardens and for gardeners who want to actively encourage
wildlife. I believe that gardens are an increasingly valuable
habitat in real terms for wildlife, and that they are uniquely
positioned, as accessible natural spaces, to influence our behaviour
and attitudes towards the wider environment. Space For Nature is a
site for both naturalists and horticulturalists; recognising the
importance to wildlife of even the most formal gardens, and striving
to promote the attitudes and practices which can increase their
value still further."
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