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Tuesday, July 4, 2017

Chris Packham: learning to love slugs will help garden wildlife bloom | Environment | The Guardian

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BBC Springwatch host urges gardeners to manage molluscs without killing them or risk losing hedgehogs and song thrushes The naturalist and broadcaster Chris Packham has advised the nation to encourage the ecosystem of their gardens by ceasing to kill slugs. Extolling the virtues of tolerance, Packham said “draconian choices” like “I don’t want slugs and snails to eat my plants” puts the gardener at risk of losing other wildlife such as hedgehogs, slowworms and song thrushes. Continue reading…
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