Where are we now, and what are the next steps for nature?

Citizen Science:

Insects are in decline: DWT have an excellent downloadable guide describing how each of us can take measures, including moving away from chemicals in our gardens, and providing homes for the insects we need.

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The latest newsletter from the Devon Wildlife Trust suggests a project to do at home, in our gardens and on our walks:

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Citizen Science – Where are we now, and what are the next steps for nature?

Hello everyone,

As we enter into the 7th week of lockdown, DWT’s CEO, Harry, reflects on the challenges which currently face us and, crucially, the action that we can and must take together for nature.

A significant threat that our natural world is facing is the drastic decline in insect populations, which is why we are running our Action for Insects campaign. Owing to lack of habitat, and use of insecticides, 41% of insect species face extinction. This must stop. Find out how you can help and click here to take action today.

Thank you and take care,

The Devon Wildlife Trust team

Citizen Science – Where are we now, and what are the next steps for nature? | devonwildlife.org.uk

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Plus a video:

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Where are we now, and what can we do now for nature? | youtube.com

wildlifetrusts.org/take-action-insects

   
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