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Culmington Parish Council recently adopted a Biodiversity Policy and Action Plan in line with the Environment Act 2021.  Part of the Action Plan is to connect to Nature Recovery Networks linking existing areas of good wildlife habitat via a series of stepping stones - land managed for the benefit of wildlife, whether as hedges, flower-rich grassland or wetland, whatever is appropriate.  Restoring connections will give plants and animals freedom to move from place to place, helping them to adapt to change.  The Parish Council does not own any land but it can encourage other to improve the biodiversity of the land they are responsible for.  To look at Shropshire Wildlife Trusts Nature Recovery Network plans please click here : Nature Recovery Networks | Shropshire Wildlife Trust

The Council is also keen to encourage local people to get involved in Bioblitz - an audit of what is in the parish.  This website The Natural History Consortium ( lists activities already planned across the country. You could even organise an event yourself.  Or you could get involved in the annual audits of birds Big Garden Birdwatch ( and butterflies Butterfly numbers increased this summer | Butterfly Conservation (