National Children’s Gardening Week: Garden Wildlife Surveys

Here’s my third video for National Children’s Gardening Week, all about how you can help wildlife in your garden. This video is about wildlife surveys you can do in your garden. Getting involved in wildlife surveys is a chance to learn more about the wildlife in your garden and it helps wildlife because it helpsContinue reading “National Children’s Gardening Week: Garden Wildlife Surveys”

World Bee Day

Today is World Bee Day! Bees are really important because we need them to pollinate plants including a lot of the food we eat. But bee numbers are going down and they need help! Here are some things that we have done and you can do to help bees. Flowers for beesFlowers are really importantContinue reading “World Bee Day”

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2021

Today we did the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch. The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch happens on the last weekend in January every year. This year it is January 29th, 30th and 31st. You have to count the birds in your garden for one hour. You count the most of each kind of bird you see atContinue reading “RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2021”

Big Butterfly Count Results

I just found out the Big Butterfly Count results! The Big Butterfly Count happened between 17th July and 9th August. You have to get a piece of paper and count the butterflies you see in 15 minutes. Then you need to submit the results to Butterfly Conservation, who organise the survey. The results showed lessContinue reading “Big Butterfly Count Results”

Every Flower Counts

Today we did our Every Flower Counts survey. Every Flower Counts is organised by Plantlife, which is a charity that looks after plants, wild flowers and fungi. We did it on our front lawn. You have to count all the open flowers within a 1m2 quadrat. We did five quadrats. First we made our quadrat.Continue reading “Every Flower Counts”