Wildlife gardening in a changing climate

Climate change is one of a number of pressures wildlife is facing. For some species the impacts may be low or even positive. But for others it spells bad news and a worrying future. Discover how managing your garden well will help offer a buffer for wildlife in a changing climate.

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Help wildlife in a changing climate by
  • planting climate-resilient plants for every season
  • making a wildlife-friendly pond or rain garden
  • keeping as much of your front garden as green as possible
  • linking your garden to other green spaces with hedges not fences
  • adding to national records through wildlife monitoring schemes

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