Worms are an easily overlooked part of the garden – they’re underground after all. But a garden with a healthy worm population is the starting point to one that’s alive with wildlife!
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Why not add a simple log pile to your garden and create great habitat for all sorts of wildlife?
A bug hotel could be anything from a 5 star mansion to a simple bundle of canes. It's check in time!
Hedgehogs are without doubt one of the nation’s favourite mammals, but they are in decline. Ben’s here to share tips on how to help them out in your garden!
The lockdown is a great opportunity to hone existing wildlife ID skills and learn new ones, and provide data for conservation too.
Find out why the summer of 2019 provided a welcome boost to UK butterfly populations, and what you can do to help them this year.
Estelle Bailey, Chief Executive of BBOWT, reflects on the impacts of Covid-19 on our work for local wildlife and people
Do your bit for our butterflies and moths by making your garden more butterfly-friendly, and take the butterfly pledge!
The importance of Local Wildlife Sites
The Environment Bill could mean better protection for wildlife, but there are still areas that need to be strengthened