The fantastic Glasgow Wildlife Garden Festival map and events leaflet has arrived and can now be found in shops, pubs, libraries, cafes and schools across Glasgow. We are all incredibly excited!
Click on the link at the bottom to see an online pdf version of the leaflet.
The Wildlife Garden festival is our first big event as part of the Giving Nature a Home in Glasgow project. It brings together the efforts of 21 community groups and 6 schools into three weeks of events showcasing the wildlife of Glasgow through open days, practical volunteering days, talks, walks, outdoor film screening, meadow planting, den-building, bike rides, canoe trips and a carnival. Phew!
The leaflet has a beautiful and unique map of Glasgow designed by local artist Libby Walker, and contains all the events happening from 9th-30th September across the city.
Our flagship species for the project are: swift, house sparrow, hedgehog, soprano pipistrelle, watervole and bumble bee. See if you can spot them in the map...
And most importantly, come along and join us!
Hi Shrodingers cat, shame you missed out on the fun, but thanks for the comment on the leaflet :-). We are hoping to run the garden festival again as it was such a success this year, so keep a look out in the future...
I wish I had spotted this earlier, but hope it went well -love the leaflet by the way
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