Join national wildlife survey in your Croydon backyard

The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds has today begun a week-long national survey of wildlife, and is looking for you to play a part.

To take part in the summer survey, simply spend one hour during the week to June 13, counting the birds and the other wildlife that visit your garden, and record the highest number of each species seen at any one time.

For more information about Make Your Nature Count and an online survey form visit, http://www.rspb.org.uk/naturecount

Make Your Nature Count forms can also be obtained by phoning 0300 456 8340. The hotline number will be operational until June 10.

via RSPB garden wildlife survey set to begin (From Croydon Guardian).

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