This was originally published on Beautiful Wildlife Garden. So you’re a successful wildlife gardener, how about becoming an amateur citizen scientist too? Today, there are so many resources and books available for everyone you don’t have to have a science degree...
News Bringing natural life into buildings:: Eco-architect Dr Ken Yeang's attempts to introduce more nature into architecture are highlighted in this article. “Many buildings have been ‘de-natured’. Human beings have simplified and fragmented nature.” Loft ambitions: why green roofs are the future...
News Unleashing the Scientist in the Student:: A fantastic citizen science project enlists seventh grade students to help study salamanders in New York City. WA prison inmates raise imperiled butterflies:: This is an interesting story about local inmates trained with raising butterflies in...
News London's a real hoot after dark, say twitchers:: This article discusses another aspect of London nightlife, the owls. Owl Prowl, taking place in August is run by the the London Wildlife Trust and aims to survey urban owls to...
The Beautiful Wildlife Garden Blog features a guest post by myself today titled "Be a Citizen Scientist in Your Wildlife Garden". Head over and check it out and while you're there, browse through the many other excellent posts about...