Garden Wildlife & Their Homes

The best ideas for making a home for creepy crawlies, birds, bats and hedgehogs in your garden
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Insect hotel - really great for kids to make, and a fab way to teach them how important insects are to the health of your garden

Insect hotel: Invite beneficial pollinators to live in your garden and you wont have to use insecticides ever again!

Bee hotel

A good way to help make parasite harboring bee hotels safer for bee larva/pupae: paper or cardboard tubes that can be removed at the end of the season for storage over winter. Removal of tubes over winter protects against parasite damage.

How to make a mini wildlife stack for your garden

How to make a mini wildlife stack for your garden

The Evolution of Capel Manor College & Garden - not just a bug hotel, a real 'Bug Ritz'!

The Evolution of Capel Manor College & Garden - love the drawers as a planter! Make a slimline bughotel against a wall.

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5 Favorites: Bird Houses

Sophie Conran’s Classic Birdhouses Bring Sophistication and Wildlife to Your Yard bird nesting box sophie conran – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

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

cute little butterfly houses

Butterfly Breeze Butterfly House available in four exciting colors: Sky Blue, Raisin, Green Apple, and Teal

How to make a solitary bee hotel - Telegraph

How to make a solitary bee hotel

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