Wildlife in Wicklow's Gardens

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Photo: Illustrative image for the 'Wildlife in Wicklow's Gardens' page

A New Wicklow Poster

By Deirdre Burns

Wicklow has a wealth of gardens which have the potential to be hugely valuable as havens for wildlife. Planting for birds and pollinating insects helps them to thrive, ensuring that they have nesting material, food and shelter throughout the year from early Spring to Summer, Autumn and Winter.

The Heritage Office of Wicklow county Council has teamed up with www.irishgardenbirds.ie to produce a new poster on the theme of wildlife in gardens and what you can do to help.  Ideal for use by householders, gardeners (of all abilities), schools or Tidy Towns groups

Download a copy below or e mail dburns@wicklowcoco.ie, including your name and postal address to request your FREE copy in the post.

 

This page was added by Deirdre Burns on 18/05/2018.

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