Help nature thrive in your garden with some great tips from Clean N Restore
You might not have thought about it like this before, but it’s becoming vital that we use the space we have in our garden to protect Wildlife that is being constantly disrupted by encroaching urban developments. You don’t have to do a lot to make a big difference and there are so many great things you can get involved-with, right at home. Teaching your children the importance of habitats is something we do everyday, ‘tidy your room,’ is something we say without thinking, but we can also help our children understand nature, and get them away from the games console!
“Nature is in trouble and needs help. If there’s no home for nature, there’s no nature. Homes are where we eat, where we sleep, and where we bring up our families. It’s just the same for birds and other wildlife. No matter how big or small your outside space, everyone can make a difference and create a home for nature. There are things you can do at any time of year, from growing flowers in spring to creating winter wildlife homes.”
A little encouragement from you will go along way for creating a safe environment for birds, insects and mammals to have a safe place to go. The RSPB website has many easy activities you can do to attract wildlife, click these easy to follow links:
Spring watch on the BBC have recently announced they will be back from the 26th May so it is now even easier to see the beauty of nature up close with the help of these experts. They will be following wildlife without disturbing the natural habitat to give us an understanding of the wildlife we live close to.
“It’s my great pleasure to announce the imminent return of Springwatch, which will be following the best of the season’s wildlife from the 26th of May to the 12th of June. This year we’ve moved to a wonderful new home, RSPB Minsmere on the Suffolk coast. Chris Packham describes Minsmere as the “Eurodisney of wildlife reserves”, because it has everything – lots of familiar mammals such as badgers, otters, red deer and stoats, and some very rare birdlife, with bitterns, stone curlews, marsh harriers and bearded tits topping the list.”
It is so easy to get involved and does not have to cost you any money! Even lego land are doing it! Request your free guide today.
Here at Clean n restore we offer a range of treatments including specialist stain removal, stain protection and pest treatments so any forgotten little spills will be taken care. Our staff are fully trained and insured including treatment risk cover so we can look after your habitat – call today for a quote.