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How to build a bat box
Build your own bat box and give a bat a safe place to roost.
Wildlife gardening: look after our worms
Worms are an easily overlooked part of the garden – they’re underground after all. But a garden with a healthy worm population is the…
Let's go on a minibeast hunt
Take a closer look at the tiny creatures all around us. These ten insects can be seen in parks, gardens and green spaces during June, if…
How to feed birds in your garden
Find out how to attract birds into your garden all year round.
Protecting the special birds of West Berkshire
The Seasonal Wardens update on the rare breeding birds at Greenham and Snelsmore Commons, and how they've been working to protect…
A beginner’s guide to sheep shearing
Every year our Hebridean and Beulah speckled face sheep need a shear, but this age-old craft isn't quite as straightforward as it…
There’s gold in them woods – black gold!
It’s finally summer and the season for barbecues but have you ever thought about where your charcoal comes from and how it is made?
Is that a wasp?
Black and yellow stripes don't always mean a wasp or even a sting as Sue Taylor, BBOWT volunteer recorder, explains.
Wildlife gardening: how to make a bug hotel
A bug hotel could be anything from a 5 star mansion to a simple bundle of canes. It's check in time!
How to make a new build garden for wildlife
Use the blank canvas of your new build garden to make your new home a home for wildlife too!
How to make a shrub garden for wildlife
Woody shrubs and climbers provide food for wildlife, including berries, fruits, seeds, nuts leaves and nectar-rich flowers. So why not…
How to identify swifts, swallows and martins
Get some top tips for identifying our summer visitors - swifts, swallows, house and sand martins.