Communications Officer, Jenny, has just moved into a new house, but what will her new garden have in store?
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Our friends at Vine House Farm share their top tips for wildlife gardening this autumn!
Wildlife-friendly gardening is such a wonderful way to support everything from bees to butterflies, lizards to ladybirds and hedgehogs to house sparrows. But unless you have also gone peat-free…
Is it that time of year already? As we move into July the early spring bees have finished their work and we start to see solitary wasps with more frequency and will start to see new queen…
Mowing the lawn can be a real pain in the grass.
You don’t have to venture far to spot some really interesting and very cool wildlife. In fact, there are countless creatures you could find in your own home or garden.
Sparrows are some of our most familiar birds, but their lives aren't as 'everyday' as they might seem, as our volunteer David Merry explains.
In the tiny world of insects, finding a suitable mate can be a BIG challenge - our love bugs need to pull out all the stops.
Any garden, no matter how big or small, can attract butterflies and moths. With gardens acting as important stepping stones between habitats, why not turn yours into a secret garden for insects?…
Poke around in the nooks and crannies of your garden and you'll find life even in the depths of winter, as our volunteer and guest blogger, David Merry, demonstrates.