Your Garden

Great tit.
Think you know the wildlife in your garden? Our questions will put your knowledge to the test!
Bee hotel
Help solitary bees by putting a bee hotel in your garden - it's simple to make and offers vital nesting space. 
Make a bottle trap
Bottle-traps are simple to make, and if used with care can be a great way to get a close look at local waterlife. 
How to make a wildlife pond
Create a watery haven in your garden - it's one of the best things you can do for wildlife.
Bullfinch on feeder.
The colourful, but shy bullfinch is a welcome, rare addition to the garden.
How to make a bird bath, May 2014, BBC Wildlife Magazine.
Provide vital fresh water for your garden birds. 
How to make a pooter
Keep the kids busy with this quick and easy nature activity. 
House sparrows.
The charismatic house sparrow is a familiar bird to us, despite its rapid decline over the last 20 years.
Tortoiseshell butterfly.
Share your best wildlife gardening advice with us. 
If a treecreeper is disturbed, it generally freezes on the tree trunk.
Is it a bird or is it a flap of bark? Find out why many people have never seen the attractive treecreeper.
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