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Thursday, March 22, 2012

Wildlife Hit By Drought in South East

 We have a drought, not that anyone north or west of the south-east of England would know it. Most parts of the UK have seen a fair amount of rain over last winter, and supplies are reasonably plentiful.

Unfortunately, the south-east and east Anglia have been badly affected by the driest 18 months since records began, and that means that not just people, but other creatures are suffering the consequences too.

So, how can gardeners help out in providing for wildlife in drought-hit areas? Here are nine points highlighting the various ways we can all do our bit for nature..


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