The days are getting longer, the dawn chorus is starting earlier and you can feel the warm spring sun on your back while you sit in the garden.
The only thing missing is a bit of wildlife. Perhaps a few young blue tits exploring the garden feeder for the first time or some early emerging bumblebees taking their first flight as they explore the boarder flowers.
Fear not, the RSPB's gardening for wildlife expert, Adrian Thomas, is here to help. By following his three simple steps you'll be well on your way to turning your garden into a haven for all sorts of wildlife.
So what are you waiting for?
Adrian's top tips!
Last Updated: Friday 20 April 2018