wildlife garden

Viper's bugloss
Attract pollinators to your wildlife garden with these plants. 
Blue tit at feeder
Autumn is a key season for the wildlife garden. Take a few simple steps now and you can help a host of animals to find plenty to eat and safe hiding places for the coming winter.
Discover how you can help solitary bees and make your garden a haven for these important pollinators. 
Illustration of male and female duck looking very similar after moulting.
August is a quiet month with most birds' energy being used to renew their feathers, but there's some strange behaviour in the garden and a summer glut to watch - both involve ants.
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