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January tips and tricks
Happy new year! 2013 has started off much as 2012 finished with plenty of the wet stuff around. However don't let a bit of mud and rain stop you from doing a few bits around the garden to help out the wildlife. I managed to brave the conditions and got out for a while to do some pruning, hopefully...
3 Jan 2013
Snow idea what that is!
We've been inundated with reports of unusual garden visitors since the snow arrived. The ice, snow and general wintry weather that has finally arrived has covered much of the countryside making many natural food resources such as worms and seed on the ground impossible to reach. So what is a hungry...
8 Feb 2012
Helping birds through rough weather - the Wildlife teams top tips!
The forecast is looking pretty grim for much of the UK over the next few day's at least, some parts have already been taking a pummelling. Heres a few of the questions we are getting asked at the moment and our answers, we hope this will help you help your garden birds through the worst of it! ...
15 Dec 2011
Tips for February
Before the next wave of snow comes in this weekend you might be able to get outside to do a few bits and bobs around the garden, there are certainly a few things to start looking out for! A key task for the month of February is to finish off any hedge trimming, cut back any ivy that needs a bit of...
7 Feb 2013
Is it really mid August already? Time is flying by this summer, so much so that it seems almost unbelievable to think that most of our swifts have already gone and many other species are heading south too. It does feel a bit more like summer now with the warmer temperatures finally prompting butterflies...
13 Aug 2012
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