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Wildlife gardening: patio gardening for wildlife
Even the smallest space can be teeming with wildlife - every little helps! We've got some top tips for how to make it happen.
How to help wildlife at work
Attracting wildlife to your work will help improve their environment – and yours!
Grants windfall is a winner for wildlife watchers
A smart new bird hide and a live wildlife webcam provided by the Berks, Bucks and Oxon Wildlife Trust are offering the public exciting…
Re-connecting to nature
Taking a closer look at your local green space can help to add a sense of connection, which also improves our wellbeing. Katie Horgan…
How to make a bee hotel
Solitary bees are important pollinators and a gardener’s friend. Help them by building a bee hotel for your home or garden and watch…
How to attract moths and bats to your garden
Plant flowers that release their scent in the evening to attract moths and, ultimately, bats looking for an insect-meal into your garden…
The Government must put nature's recovery into law
The Environment Bill is back. It needs improvements to become world leading legislation but you can help.
All about Ratty, aka the water vole
Kelly Hollings, Restoring Ratty Project Officer for Northumberland Wildlife Trust, explores the habits of these much-loved mammals in…
How to go peat free at home
Our homes and gardens have an important role in the fight against climate change. Help preserve vital peatland by going peat free.
What to feed hedgehogs and badgers
Putting out a bit of food can help see mammals like hedgehogs through colder spells.
How to make a log shelter
Log piles are perfect hiding places for insects, providing a convenient buffet for frog, birds, and hedgehogs too!
Wildlife gardening: how to grow a mini meadow
Meadows are truly special places, full of stunning wild flowers and alive with the colour and industry of insects such as butterflies.…