The BBC Springwatch team has launched Gardenwatch, their biggest citizen science project yet!

As our towns and cities spread into the countryside, our gardens are becoming more and more vital as wildlife reserves of the future. Can you do your bit to help us map these resources and find out which wild visitors they attract? What do our gardens lack and how can we improve them for nature? 

This is where you at home play the most important role. Follow the link below to four Gardenwatch missions: Beyond the Back Door, Worm Detective, Bird Detective and Mammal Detective - and help to builda better future for the UK's wildlife!

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29.10 | 09:14

Wellington UDC Sewage Works were just beyond the end of the blocks going north.
https://maps.nls.uk/geo/explore/side-by-side/#zoom=17.3&lat=52.71466&lon=-2.53383&layers=193&right=BingHyb

04.10 | 18:40

I think a water pipe or sewage pipe was supported on those blocks many years ago, they look pre war.

28.04 | 15:50

A big thank you to all you wonderful volunteers, what an amazing paradise you have developed.

03.04 | 14:38

What are the large concrete blocks that are along one of the paths in nature reserve walk please

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