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I thought my garden was already quite a haven for mammals, birds and insects, but there is always more you can do for them. With this in mind I've just registered to take part in the RSPB Homes for Wildlife scheme. After answering a few brief
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A covering (traditionally bell-shaped) for the protection of plants from cold temperatures, frost, birds and pests.
Hi, can someone tell me when birds stop nesting in trees? My conifers need lopping badly, many thanks Some birds will keep nesting until August. thanks alina, looks like an autumn job then.
A garden with naturalised planting, often designed for the benefit of wildlife and birds. They'll commonly include areas of shelter and plants that will provide food.
garden where sometimes milk was used on foliage to counteract mildew. Does anybody know any other 'unusual' methods for dealing with garden problems? I've never really tried it, but I have read that attracting birds into your garden with feeders can
to your gardenBuilding a hedgehog houseMaking a bird boxMaking a bee hotelInstalling a window bird feederMore advice on making a bat boxMaking fat cakes for birdsMaking a green roof for a bird tableBrowse plants that are attractive to wildlifeView a
Help please - my lawn is being attacked. Is this bird damage or should I be looking at some kind of treatment for the lawn, This has happened over the past two days; the lawn is quite dry and so there is plenty of thatch for the birds to grab hold
Am I right in thinking that if people buy their magazine from a gerden centre then they can have a free bird feeder but those of us who subscribe miss out?