by Ron Wilson - £10.95 Capall Bann Publishing (1998)
paperback ISBN 13: 9781861630117 | ISBN 10: 1861630115
A few simple modifications and additions to a garden can turn it into a haven for wildlife, both a sanctuary for animals and a place where we can experience nature on our doorstep.
Animals such as frogs and toads now rely upon garden ponds for their survival and many small birds who used to live on the edge of woodland, now inhabit gardens all over the country. Even the urban landscape is full of creatures who used to live in the countryside.
Gardening for Wildlife offers practical advice and ideas for improvements and where possible, suggests the inclusion of "extra" features. Plants, food and features are all described in plain English. Some wildlife gardening books expect you to be an expert, whatever "expert" means! Everything in this book is explained in straightforward terms to enable anyone to help their local wildlife and enjoy them close to home.
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