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As well as providing habitats for a host of overwintering residents, a good wildlife garden will attract flocks of birds. In fact, the harsher the weather and the less food there is in the ...

Protect the sleepy frogs, toads and newts hidden away in your garden this winter.Toads lie dormant over winter, emerging when temperatures exceed 5°C. 1. Let there be lightFrogs hibernate at ...

Many types of mammals, invertebrates and amphibians sleep through the coldest months. Some species, like hedgehogs, truly hibernate. Others, such as frogs, enter a state of torpor from which they ...

Ponds are an amazing resource for encouraging wildlife into your backyard. They’re also a fantastic focal point, and provide little ones with a hands-on introduction to the circle of life and the ...

From badgers to butterflies and frogs to foxes, garden wildlife is both varied and ...

Of course, the ladybug isn’t the only beneficial insect you’ll want to attract to your ...

Cabbage whites are common butterflies of gardens and other flowery places, where they cause no harm at ...

The summer brings with it a host of amazing opportunities to get close to the incredible wild neighbours on your ...

The colorful ladybug is one of the most beneficial insects you can have in your garden – each one feasts on up to 50 aphids a ...

Natural stone not only looks great in the garden, but it provides a diversity of habitats for ...

If constructing a fully-fledged insect condominium is too onerous, another option is to simply drill holes into a timber post which is located in a sunny ...

Little hedgehogs will delight in a humble pile of logs! Not only will the hogs use the pile for hiding, hibernating and nesting ...

Go one step beyond providing a feeding area for birds and provide a nesting area for them too – a cozy and safe place to raise their ...
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