Our Neighbourhood Wildlife Corridors are now underway! If you live in the neighbourhoods of Middlefield, Grahamston, Falkirk Town Centre, Callendar Park or Hallglen & Glen Village please get in touch. You could have help from Froglife to create wildlife friendly features in your garden, school, allotment or other venues which would benefit from wildlife friendly features being created or restored to create a neighbourhood corridor for wildlife. Froglife could create a pond at your garden or restore an old pond in need of some help! We can also create hibernation piles, rockeries, wildflowers in your garden or help improve the wildlife connectivity of your garden. Please get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
We are excited to launch our newly developed app, helping your garden become wildlife friendly! For more information- click here!
Our FREE Garden Guardians booklet is now newly available! The booklet can help you create a wildlife friendly neighbourhood in your garden and beyond. Complete several achievements from the book and earn your Guardian Sign to display in the garden and let everyone know you have Come Forth for Wildlife! The Garden Guardians booklet is being posted out for free at this time – please contact email@example.com with your postal address to request a copy!
Our Falkirk Neighbourhood Wildlife Corridors are most certainly underway with works to create new ponds and restore the loch at Callendar Park – which is central to our corridor. In addition, January saw our first Mapestry session take place, depicting the local heritage of Falkirk Town Centre.
In the near future Come Forth for Wildlife will be running further activities in the neighbourhoods above as well as Raploch, Cornton and Stirling Centre in Stirling and Tullibody in Clackmannanshire – with events, workshops and connected habitat creation all to come.