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Building a bug hotel or wildlife stack in your garden is a great way to attract beneficial insects and wildlife into your garden such as ladybirds, bumble bees, butterflies, frogs & toads. This will help to create a more diverse range of wildlife in your garden, help tackle those unwanted bugs in your garden and increase pollination.

Building a bug hotel or wildlife stack in your garden is a great way to attract beneficial insects and wildlife into your garden such as ladybirds, bumble bees, butterflies, frogs & toads. This will help to create a more diverse range of wildlife in your

Toad in Toad Abode. toad in the hole? ;o)  #homesfornature

Attract natural insect control to your garden. Toad in Toad Abode: We used broken flower pots, glued on stones with Weld-bond, grouted and sealed with a concrete sealant. We put these in our school wildlife garden.

Hôtel d'insectes

nice 11 Inspirations for Insect Hotels You call it garden art, insects will call it home. These chic bug hotels will offer shelter and even food for beetles, bees, a.

This is a very inspiring outdoor nature center. It appears that all the materials are repurposed items from nature. The shelving and method of display is very inviting and well thought out. It's easy to see the creators respect their space and the materials as well as the environment which will encourage children to do the same.

Insect Hotels Provide a home to pollinators and pest controllers. Tidy gardens, lawns and lack of dead wood, mean less and less habitat for wild bees, spiders and ladybugs. Here are all kinds of insect hotels that you could make.

Hedgehogs were once a common sight in British gardens, but figures suggest that their population is declining at a rapid rate – so much so in fact, that hedgehog numbers declined by over a third between 2003 and 2012.There are many contributing factors to this decline, including habitat loss, new roads, increased road traffic, and gardens being built with impenetrable walls and fences. However, there are things you can do to help

Hedgehogs were once a common sight in British gardens, but figures suggest that their population is declining at a rapid rate – so much so in fact, that hedgehog numbers declined by over a third between 2003 and are many contributing factors to

l'école des max | abonnement-livre, bonus et dossiers pédagogiques

l'école des max | abonnement-livre, bonus et dossiers pédagogiques