Wildlife Wall

Wildlife Wall

Bug House- Use old bricks and roof panels lying around and build an insect palace in your gardens

bug hotel

bug hotel

How to make a bug hotel / insect house : school gardening club / kids eco garden project / recycled garden for forest school

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

developed by Chris Beardshaw, spotted at Hampton Court Flower Show in 2008 -- pallet / recycled materials used as a palace for wildlife

Making A Wildlife Habitat From Recycled & Found Materials Forget all those expensive manufactured solitary bee houses or hedgehog homes, you can make your insect habitat out of scrap materials and old pallets

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Insect hotel - Sustainable ideas including an explanation of the materials used, which insects they provide a habitat for and why you want that insect. This would be perfect to have as a project to build with a youth program

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

insect hotel

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.

Build your own wildlife stack or bug hotel. #givenatureahome in your garden or school grounds, see which bugs you can get to move in

Build your own wildlife stack or bug hotel. in your garden or school grounds, see which bugs you can get to move in

bug hotel by Cathy @ Nurturestore.co.uk, via Flickr

bug hotel

bug hotel by Cathy @ Nurturestore.co.uk, via Flickr

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