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Blackbirds nesting in my garden

By Adam Pasco in Wildlife
What better accolade is there for a gardener than the reward of having wildlife use the habitat created for them? Continue reading...
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Bug hunt at Gardeners' World Live

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
Even though it's been raining here at Gardeners' World Live, we've been on a bit of a bug hunt... Continue reading...
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Bug hunt and rosemary leaf beetle

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
"So what are these things on my lavender?" said the complete stranger, plonking down a jam jar full of beetles on the table. Continue reading...
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Swifts, newts and decking

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
... being an old country hand I could tell the moment I stepped out of the door that something was afoot. Continue reading...
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Feather-footed bee

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
There's something buzzing around the grape hyacinths. It's a fat, furry brown bee and it's being very animated. Continue reading...
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Worms

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
What do you get if you chop an earthworm in half? I've been asked that question many times by small children and I always have to give them the rather unfortunate answer: mostly a dead worm. Continue reading...
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Squirrels vs bulbs and corms

By Pippa Greenwood in Wildlife
Although the squirrel damage to my Brussels sprouts was inconvenient, our meals weren't ruined. So now, they've moved on to my bulbs. Continue reading...
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Roses and their pests

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
We have a rambler rose just outside the back door, 'Félicité et Perpétue'. It's a tough old brute. So I have no worries at all that it is being attacked by a battalion of major garden pests. Continue reading...
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Bird baths

By Adam Pasco in Wildlife
Throwing out some bread and topping up seed and peanut feeders is one thing, but birds also need a constant supply of fresh water. Continue reading...
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Magpies and mice

By Richard Jones in Wildlife
At 11 o'clock in the morning, breakfast/lunch was interrupted by the announcement from nearly-three-year-old: "Look, there's a magpie". Continue reading...
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