Featuring six unique habitats, the garden will provide a haven for frogs, hedgehogs, birds and a whole host of other wildlife (plus the odd bit of Lego too!). The park has promised commitment to the habitats as part of the RSPB’s ‘Giving nature a home’ campaign which aims to rally the nation to help create homes for a wide variety of wildlife in their gardens or any outside spaces they may have.
RSPB spokesperson, Sarah Houghton, commented
“It’s not often that the worlds of wildlife and children’s toys collide but the RSPB’s partnership with LEGOLAND will raise awareness, in a fun and unique way, of the need to give nature a home. Nature is in trouble and needs help, and we can make a huge difference on our doorsteps.”
“Like us, wildlife needs food, water and shelter to survive – in our case it’s bricks and mortar and at LEGOLAND this summer it’ll be LEGO bricks for wildlife! We hope that when people see LEGO versions of houses for frogs, bats, birds and hedgehogs, they’ll be inspired to create the real thing for wildlife when they get home.”
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