Think of wildlife! Teach wildlife-friendly-living, taking responsibility for our actions and an attitude of sharing the planet with all other species who live on the earth.

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Location : Talsarnau, Gwynedd, North Wales, UK

Office     : +44 (0)1766 781118

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The Way We Live Our LiVes Needs to Change!

EarthShare advocates these principles of Wildlife Friendly Living:

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WHAT CAN WE DO?

EarthShare helps people connect from the heart from which the motivation to share stems. We research ways we each can act and what we can do for the benefit of Wildlife and all Nature. Then we work to inspire and educate, especially young people, sparking ideas, encouraging initiatives and giving pointers with examples where needed. We use Nature Walks, Wildlife Encounters, Outdoor Adventures and other Real Life Experiences to open eyes, hone listening and awaken the spirit of responsibility, respect and sharing. Finally we do the very best in our own lives, because this is our passion and even though the problems are huge each of us can chip away to the best of our ability.

MAKE BETTER

LIFESTYLE CHOICES

Buy products which will last. Think when buying what will happen to it when it breaks or is no longer needed.

Consider a life of greater simplicity.

De-clutter and stop accumulating.

Grow your own vegetables.

Live economically, saving energy

and resources.

Create a wildlife-friendly garden.

MAKE WINDOWS VISIBLE TO BIRDS

Use stickers or hangings to make windows visible to birds.

Try not to park too close to the building as this can make the hazard less visible and harder for a fast flying bird  calculate for.

Pay especial attention to any windows which have claimed casualties or lives.

DRIVE WITH VIGILANCE

Drive alert to the risk of wildlife, even more so at dusk and dawn.

Brake and slow down to avoid collision if it is safe to do so.

 

Holding a steady speed slow speed also can allow a bird or animal to gauge better how

to avoid you.

Notice if it is just one bird/animal or if there are more. Allow a whole group to cross the road if your slowing is not going to cause an accident.