How can we encourage more wildlife into our gardens to support Biodiversity?

Alvah and Forglen Community Council invites you to a free talk by Rose Toney at Forglen Hall on the B9025 between Turriff and Aberchirder (see map for location) on 19th April at 7pm.

Rose Toney has worked as the co-ordinator for the North East Biodiversity Partnership for more than 5 years. This very diverse role includes everything from bug hunting with primary school children to contributing to national policy.

Rose will give an overview of some of the amazing wildlife of North East Scotland, her work to bring Partners together and what we can all do to enhance and protect the natural environment.

At a time when everything from Bees to Butterflies to Birds are under increasing threat please come along to learn how you can help by making your garden more wildlife friendly.

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