Wildlife Rocks Award

Simply tell us what makes "Wildlife Rock” for you. We use music and dance to help wildlife, what great ideas do you have? You can enter as a school, an individual, or a community group and your presentation can be in any medium - song,

dance, drama or a talk. Please give as much information as possible. Whatever you decide, your presentation must be sent on a DVD and be no longer than four minutes. The winners will be invited to Wildlife Rocks to receive their award and it will be presented by Dr. Brian May. This competition is open to adult and students of all ages and abilities. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.

This competition is open to adult and students of all ages and abilities. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more details.

There are many ways to improve your environment and just by making small changes you will make a difference. You can plan the plants and design of your wildlife garden for maximum enjoyment for you, your community and our native wildlife. You can have your own mini game park full of mini beasts. Water is needed for all life; from a bird bath to a carefully planned pond, the choices are limitless. All good wildlife gardens start with insects; the animals and birds that eat the insects are preyed on by larger wildlife and so on up the food chain. Outdoor education and play serve to enhance a child’s learning and provide not only educational but also social benefits. The sense of ownership that children gain from being responsible for their wildlife garden can be extremely beneficial and can have a marked effect on children’s attitudes to school, themselves, other people and their surroundings. It may be the first opportunity that a child has had to care for plants and animals in their natural surroundings. A garden encourages