We currently send out newsletters four times in the year.  They contain news about the Forum, and especially about
new research findings, surveys and upcoming events. 

The newsletter is sent directly to our members as soon as it is finished, and we post the previous newsletter on
this page at that point.  Forum members therefore have priority access, and this is a good reason to join!

We are very keen for everyone to submit material for the newsletter, especially about events you may be running
locally or regionally that might attract our members.  Submit material using the Send us your news form on the
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Recent newsletters
Recent newsletters
Last newsletter released to the web
We currently send out newsletters four times in the year.  They contain news
about the Forum, and especially about new research findings, surveys and
upcoming events. 

The newsletter is sent directly to our members as soon as it is finished, and we
post the previous newsletter on this page at that point.  Forum members
therefore have priority access, and this is a good reason to join!

We are very keen for everyone to submit material for the newsletter, especially
about events you may be running locally or regionally that might attract our
members.  Submit material using the Send us your news form on the Contact Us
page.

If you have interesting photos, videos or ideas to share, you can also use our
Facebook and Twitter pages.
Newsletter archive

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July 2018

• Pippa Greenwood becomes our second Patron
• First Wildlife Gardener's Day a success
• Glyphosate impact research
• Squirrels do stop birds using feeders
• New record from Natural Histyory Museum Garden
• Nuisance urban birds and our health



2018 April

• New Trustees join the Wildlife Gardening Forum
• Forum talk wows audiences in Heidelberg
• New moth species appearing in gardens.
• Cautions over bird feeding and disease.
• Honeybees should be seen as farmed species.
• Wildlife gardening and health.
• French bird populations now crashing as in Britain



2018 January

• City trees grow faster than in the countryside - and city sparrowhawks fare best
• Massive loss of insect biomass on German nature reserves
• Glyphosate relicensed in the EU
• Rethinking parks for biodiversity
• 2-spot ladybird in massive decline
• Latest species record for the Natural History Museum wildlife garden
• What works for wildlife in a hanging basket?
• Bumblebees really do benefit rapidly from meadow restoration


July 2018

• Pippa Greenwood becomes our second Patron
• First Wildlife Gardener's Day a success
• Glyphosate impact research
• Squirrels do stop birds using feeders
• New record from Natural Histyory Museum Garden
• Nuisance urban birds and our health



2018 April

• New Trustees join the Wildlife Gardening Forum
• Forum talk wows audiences in Heidelberg
• New moth species appearing in gardens.
• Cautions over bird feeding and disease.
• Honeybees should be seen as farmed species.
• Wildlife gardening and health.
• French bird populations now crashing as in Britain



2018 January

City trees grow faster than in the countryside - and city sparrowhawks fare best
Massive loss of insect biomass on German nature reserves
Glyphosate relicensed in the EU
Rethinking parks for biodiversity
2-spot ladybird in massive decline
Latest species record for the Natural History Museum wildlife garden
What works for wildlife in a hanging basket?
Bumblebees really do benefit rapidly from meadow restoration


November 2018 Newsletter

• New website pages on Education
• National Garden Scheme wildife-friendly
  category
• Versatile invasive plants
• Buff-tailed bumbles prefer urban habitats
• Pesticide problems and possible solutions
• Restored meadows good for moths
• Zigzag Elm Sawfly is moving in
  November 2018 Newsletter

• New website pages on Education
• National Garden Scheme wildife-friendly category
• Versatile invasive plants
• Buff-tailed bumbles prefer urban habitats
• Pesticide problems and possible solutions
• Restored meadows good for moths
• Zigzag Elm Sawfly is moving in