Charity SongBird Survival have five ways for your family to create a haven for birds in your garden this half term.
SongBird Survival have five free downloadable activity packs that you can download from their website:
With more than half of songbirds threatened or in decline, wildlife-friendly gardening is an important way to help. The charity, who are the only charity dedicated to helping save the UK’s songbirds, want to encourage children to connect with nature in their gardens, parks and other green spaces during National Children’s Gardening Week.
For more ideas of how to get out in the garden more and help wildlife, visit SongBird Survival’s website for lots of tips and advice to improve your garden for birds, no matter its size or location. Visit www.songbird-survival.org.uk for more free downloads and free gardening tips each month by email.
SongBird Survival is the only charity in the UK dedicated solely to halting and reversing the alarming population decline of songbirds and other small birds. It does this by supporting research carried out by experts at top universities and conservation organisations in the UK into the cause of the decline and promoting the solutions. More information is available at: https://www.songbird-survival.org.uk/
SongBird Survival is running a campaign to encourage all gardeners to provide a space for wildlife with #GardensforBirds and #thinkbirds at:
SongBird Survival can provide media outlets with further expert advice on helping birds in gardens and spokespeople are available for interview.
The charity has worked with gardening expert, Toby Buckland to give 10 tips to create songbird-friendly gardens.
SongBird Survival provide seasonal advice to help people help birds at home throughout the year. The charity also runs the popular National Robin Day on 21st December, which raises awareness of how to help birds during the Winter.
For all enquiries, including interview requests and his-res images, please contact:
PR team: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Executive, Susan Morgan: Email: Susan@songbird-survival.org.uk
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