Wildlife Gardening: Supporting Biodiversity at Home with Patrick ONLINE

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What’s it all about?

Do you care about the environment and want to do your bit? Would you like your garden to support local biodiversity? lizard lounges, homes for native frogs, plants that attract birds and bees and other beneficial insects?

Then it’s time to take some positive action! Gardening for wildlife has benefits for your mental health and for Australia’s rich diversity of species, icing on the cake? – it feels good and looks good too!

What will we cover?

This online course will provide an overview of different changes you can make in the garden to benefit wildlife, including:

  • Why you should garden for wildlife and where you can do it
  • Garden planning for wildlife
  • Attracting birds, small and large, to your garden
  • Building habitat for reptiles
  • Keeping a successful frog pond
  • Selecting plants for an insectary
  • Mammal management
  • Artificial habitat structures
  • Garden practices for wildlife

What will you need?

  • A notepad and pen or your preferred note taking device.

Who will be teaching?

Horticultural Masters candidate, permaculturalist, landscape designer, veggie grower, native plant enthusiast, house plant hoarder and all round green thumb Patrick Cazaly.