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Gardening for Wildlife – the Sheffield BUGS project by Ken Thompson

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Since 2000, our understanding of garden wildlife has been transformed by major research projects such as the Sheffield BUGS project.

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This event is being run jointly with the Ecology and Conservation Studies Society as part of their Gardening for Wildlife series with a focus on best practice and good applied science.

Since 2000, our understanding of garden wildlife has been transformed by a number of major research projects. This talk will focus on one of the most important: the Sheffield BUGS project. This comparative study of the wildlife of a range of Sheffield gardens helps us to answer the question: what makes a good wildlife garden?

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Organiser London Natural History Society

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The London Natural History Society (or LNHS as it is commonly known) is a local natural history society within the UK concerned with recording the wildlife of London, covering a circular area covering a 20-mile radius from St. Paul's Cathedral. The society aims include to foster the appreciation and study of London's wildlife and natural environment and assisting in the conservation of wildlife in the London area by helping to record London's wildlife. Society activities include running both indoor and outdoor events throughout the year and producing a number of publications, including the annual London Naturalist and London Bird Report. The LNHS library is housed at the Natural History Museum, London.

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