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Siberian winds today but the fox braved the cold to visit my snowdrops. Scroll along the bottom to see all of her when you click to enlarge. Your Snowdrops are just lovely happymarion and your fox. We have quite a lot of foxes here in Bournemouth, we often hear them outside at ni...
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it's not legal, but I'm not aware of anyone being prosecuted for it.I attended a wildlife gardening conference recently, where one of the speakers, Jan Miller, author of Gardening for Butterflies, Bees and other benificial insects gave a presentation
My project for the Spring is to start work on a wildlife friendly pond. I have built ponds in the past, but not specifically wildlife friendly. I do intend it to hold ornamental fish too, which I know is not ideal. Does anyone have any particular
Nectar BarAt Berryfields, we have made what we called the Nectar Bar alongside our big pond. Butterflies are among the more beautiful visitors we hope to attract, but all nectar-drinking creatures are welcome here.Any garden created for wildlife
netting over my tulip bulbs to deter the squirrels and pull out loads of oak and hazel saplings where they have buried food and forgotten about it, but I love the company of the wildlife in my garden. You are so right, however, so many people confuse
Hi, Been thinking about building one, but I have a cat and foxes are known to come in the garden. I don't want fish, just a pond to encourage more wildlife.Thoughts? Why not? The cat might catch the odd critter, but I'm sure there'll be plenty left
beneficial insects' I'm all for wildlife and wildlife friendly greenspaces in our cities. However, will using brownfield sites lead to "Save Our Brownfield Site" groups springing up when somebody wants to redevelope them? Marygold, they already have. I worked
when I was carrying out a wildlife survey for London Underground. As well as the subterranean tube lines, the overground commuter rail network extends right out of the capital. I was able to get to a whole host of places completely off limits
salvage for the crumble.We don't have the most regimented of gardens, in fact it's a bit wild sometimes. But wildlife is, by definition, wild. As I said in the magazine, it has no time for straight lines, clipped edges, smart displays, or level lawns. We