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A wildlife park in West Berkshire is encouraging people to step up their conservation efforts with regard to the animal kingdom.

Among its initiatives, Beale Park near Reading has formed a partnership with the British Trust for Ornithology in order to promote National Nest Box Week from February 14th, reported.

The website noted that the idea follows schemes at the park to promote "bug hotels" and pond dipping, while it is also planning another initiative later this year that will encourage people to make their own hedgehog houses.

Quality garden structures like garden offices and log cabins could form a base for such conservation efforts. Speaking about Beale Park's plans, spokeswoman Donna Hatchett said: "We are in the process of building our conservation up.

"We are making a really big effort this year. We have always done conservation but this year we are making a really big effort with hands-on activities. It's one thing to give out leaflets but unless you have actually done it it’s not as real to you."

Posted by David Webb   - 27 January 2011
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