Wildlife And Environment's Garden safari Posts

The Common frogs have arrived at the garden pond to spawn. And despite their name they are not so 'common' these days with farm and village ponds being…

Even in the so-called dead of winter, there are signs of spring. The earliest of spring flowers are showing. Many of the birds which visit out garden are…

We have been tantalised by neighbours reporting numerous recent sightings of Tawny owls, even in daytime; and we have heard them in daytime since April. Why do…

Woodpeckers are frequent visitors to our garden, especially the Green woodpeckers which we see all year round, apart from a few weeks in early summer when they…

Most mammals which use our garden are nocturnal and hard to see. We have bats flying through regularly but there is little prospect of me photographing those.…

The garden has many young birds at the moment which are not adept at flying. It is fascinating to see them learn, and extraordinary how quickly they become…

No other similarly sized area of our garden attracts a greater diversity and abundance of wildlife than the ponds. Some wildlife arrived with plants introduced…

Flowering plants produce pollen and nectar which, singly or together, feed a web of life from the lowest invertebrates to the top bird and mammal predators.…

In late spring, the main wildlife pond comes alive with damselflies and the occasional dragonfly, all of which breed in the ponds every year. On any good day in…

It is two months since last I posted photos of our garden and its wildlife. Coronavirus lockdown has made our garden all the more important to us. Brilliant…

Large birds in the garden are often thugs and bullies that we would rather not have. However, they are a part of the ecosystem and welcome in that respect.…

Garden birds - small included finches, tits and warblers all of which are regular visitors and many are residents in the garden. Having ran out of blog-space to…

Our garden is diverse in make up. It comprises woodland, specimen trees in open locations, a diverse range of shrubs, semi-natural areas, ponds and perennial…

I have recorded 48 different bird species either using the garden or flying over, near enough to easily identify them. Many of them nest within the garden…

We aim to have bee-friendly plants in flower all year round with maybe 20 plant species flowering in winter. Bumblebees and overwintering butterflies such as…
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