Make a home for wildlife
Here are the subjects we're getting lots of queries about at the moment.
Have the birds disappeared from your garden? Swallows failed to return this year? No blue tits on your peanuts? We've got the answers - and some advice. More...
From time to time, sick or dead birds may appear in a garden. Unfortunately, nothing can be done to help them, because once birds are visibly sick, it is rarely possible to treat them successfully. More...
Find out how to provide, or make, nestboxes for birds in your garden. More...
What food can you leave out for birds and how can you keep your feeding station hygienic and pest-free? Here you'll find the answers to all your bird feeding questions. More...
Do you have a burning question about birds and wildlife? Take a look at the many previous questions we have already answered and, if you still cannot find an answer, contact us.
You have certainly observed an interesting behaviour here. Great tits are known to be promiscuous, with both males and females known to have a tendency to copulate with the opposite sex from neighbouring territories resulting in broods with mixed parentage. More...
Give nature a home where you live. Sign up for free and you'll get simple and fun activities tailored for your garden. Here are just a few of the activities you can try...
Even with a small water feature, you could have dragonflies whizzing over the surface within no time. And a bird bath will attract lots of attention, all year-round. More...
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Our Wildlife Enquiries team answer queries on all sorts of wildlife-related topics. Find out what's been keeping our phones ringing and our computers whirring this week.
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