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- British Wildlife
- The Magazine
Come spring, your garden should be host to an army of fascinating leaf-eaters, including all sorts of caterpillars and insect larvae.
Birds will visit your garden if there’s plenty of food available, so the first thing to do is get up some feeders. Then you need to provide natural food, cover and nesting sites.
How a few small tweaks and sticking to some simple rules can make your garden more wildlife friendly.
An easy guide to identifying the bird nests you are most likely to find in your garden.
Ponds are one of the most important features to include in a wildlife-friendly garden – a huge variety of species depend on them.
Most of us love to feed our garden birds, but it can be expensive. Here's how to minimise the cost to your pocket.
Water is at a premium, especially in summer, so we all try to reduce how much we use. A few cheap and simple water-conservation measures will make your garden drought-proof and provide huge benefits to your local wildlife.
Don’t obsess about luring mammals and birds into your garden - you can get as much pleasure from making it a haven for ‘micro-fauna’.
Look out for bats in your local area and roosting in your house, and then provide feeding sites in your garden.