photo by John (itsjustanalias) - stuff arranged to attract bees & insect army - at the Rodley nature reserve in England.

squaredoor: image: Where to grow your insect army, a solitary bee house? Gaurdian article in defense of the solitary bee, who are vital pollinators and whose future is jeopardised by many of the same problems as the honey bee❤️

Create your own recycled tyre bug hotel. Learn how to use an old tyre with a step by step tutorial.

How to make a recycled tyre bug hotel (post sponsored by Volkswagen)

How to make a recycled tyre bug hotel (post sponsored by Volkswagen) - vicky myers creations

#25. THE INSECT HOTEL - The Most Beautiful 101 DIY Pallet Projects To Take On

The Most Beautiful 101 DIY Pallet Projects To Take On

Reduce waste to save money and the environment with Zero Waste Week!

Paletový hmyzí bytový dům s pěknou střechou ve tvaru pyramidy.

zen insect house - love it!

A bug house: simple to make and hospitable

Prince Charles' Garden Party Features Gardens Galore

Prince Charles is hosting a garden party this week, in his own back yard and those of two neighbouring historic houses.

Build a Bug Mansion: This bug mansion is based on one exhibited by Cheshire Wildlife Trust at RHS Tatton Park Flower Show in 2005. It caught people’s imagination and you may like to try to emulate it. Alternatively, if you would like something smaller, choose one of the ‘fillings’ for the pallets and make that as a standalone home.

Dishfunctional Designs: God Save The Pallet! Reclaimed Pallets Revamped- Invertebrate habitat(beneficial insect hotel) So Cool!

RSPB Home for wildlife

Training to be a beekeeper is a time consuming skill that many take seriously because you have to share a passion for something that was once declared a si

This plant pot saucer is a water source for bees and butterflies. The flat stones are for butterflies to spread their wings and warm themselves while they drink. The gravel and sand are a place for bees to land and drink – they need water, not just nectar.

Use a plant pot saucer is a water source for bees and butterflies. The flat stones are for butterflies to spread their wings and warm themselves while they drink while the gravel and sand are a place for bees to land and drink (from Wildlife Gardener)

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