This title should prove an inspiration to all those house- and flat-dwellers who have some outside space, however small, and would like to make a real difference to the environment. It tells the story of the Wildlife Garden at the Natural History Museum, from its conception to the present day. The text comes to life with the helfp of a selection of colour photographs. With the ever-growing awareness of conservation issues and as gardening becomes an ever-more popular pursuit, people are starting to realize that they can give wildlife a helping hand. A city garden, patio or even balcony can offer enough space to establish valuable food plants, or a water feature that will become a focal point for birds and insects. The Museum's garden proves that modest areas of ground can bring enormous pleasure to people and tangible benefit to the environment.
Wildlife Garden: At the Natural History Museum