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Glyn from AnimalsUnlimited.co.uk


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Talkback: Wildlife-friendly plants

Posted: 10/05/2012 at 22:25

To Jarrah's question - I wouldn't say I was an expert and someone correct me if I'm wrong but I'd say late summer and late winter are the best times to mow to help wildlife. Obviously not ever cutting your grass too short either. Hope that helps.

Talkback: Wildlife-friendly plants

Posted: 10/05/2012 at 22:18
Great article - really important to use native plants to help are indigenous wildlife! If we all did our bit in just a small section of our gardens it would create such a huge habitat for so many species!

Talkback: Attract wildlife to your garden pond

Posted: 10/05/2012 at 22:14
I have two ponds in my back garden and they certainly encourage loads of extra wildlife to the area! I've had seen beautiful dragonfiles, frogs, toads and newts in mine to name but a few, and the attracted bird life is staggering! I've written a short guide to building your own wildlife pond, have a look at - http://animalsunlimited.co.uk/conservation/how-to-build-a-wildlife-pond/ - although I can't pretend my writing is as polished as the articles on this website I can say I try my best!

Talkback: Toad tadpoles

Posted: 10/05/2012 at 22:02
I would love a pond like that as well by the sounds of it! Great description about the behavioural differences between frog and toad tadpoles as well - good luck with the training!
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