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Hurstbourne Tarrant Parish

HBT Wildlife Group

Hurstbourne Tarrant Parish HBT Wildlife Group

HbeeT Wildlife Group

HbeeT Wildlife Group aims to encourage biodiversity and environmental improvement in the Parish of Hurstbourne Tarrant. Through events, projects and sharing knowledge and ideas within our community, we hope to help wildlife in our little corner of Hampshire and 'put the bee back into HBT'!

Follow HbeeT Wildlife Group on Facebook  LINK

The Wildlife Trusts and the RHS have set up Wild About Gardens to celebrate wildlife gardening and to encourage people to use their gardens to take action to help support nature.

For more information please follow these links:

http://www.wildaboutgardens.org.uk/ - Wild About Gardens

http://www.wildlifetrusts.org/gardening - Wildlife Trusts

https://www.rhs.org.uk/advice/wildlife-garden - RHS

https://www.plantlife.org.uk/  Plantlife’s campaign to protect wildflowers and nature on roadside verges

How to grow bluebells: a guide to growing native bluebells in your garden: LINK

 

It’s no secret that many pollinators are facing threats. Insensitive land use, a reduction in plant species diversity and the use of insecticides have all been linked to declining bee numbers. This is bad news for us and for them. But you can help...

This year Wild About Gardens is going wild about worms! These wriggly fellows are well known to gardeners all over. At first glance they might not seem particularly special, but they’re essential for our soils and wildlife. There are no less than 29 earthworm species in the UK and each one has an integral role in our ecosystem. It's time to take action for the worms in your garden!

Bats are stars of the night, seen swooping through the night sky in the pursuit of their prey. Little understood, just what is the truth about these enigmatic mammals?

Small, round, brown and famously covered in spines, the hedgehog is one of the most familiar of Britain's wild mammals.

Plantlife’s campaign to protect wildflowers and nature on roadside verges