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Idea of the day: encourage natural behaviour

Idea of the day: encourage natural behaviour

Try placing food in tree crevices to encourage natural feeding behaviour as shown in this video.

Bee headbutts iPhone

Bee headbutts iPhone

It's rewarding to film and observe wildlife as it feeds on summer nectar. This one takes a liking to the iPhone and decides to take a closer look...

Bees love Buddleia for its summer nectar

Bees love Buddleia for its summer nectar

Wildlife gardening isn't for everyone; however, a Buddleia is easy to plant and thrives in the toughest of garden conditions. Watch how popular this one is with the bees.

Buddleia: every garden could contain a Butterfly Bush

Buddleia: every garden could contain a Butterfly Bush

Even a small garden could host a buddleia or two and they're so easy to grow. This one demands very little attention. It was planted around two years ago and now attracts plenty of bees and butterflies.

Can you guess what kind of building this House Martin is nesting in?

Can you guess what kind of building this House Martin is nesting in?

The house martin is a small bird with glossy blue-black upper parts and pure white under parts. Can you guess what kind of building this House Martin is nesting in?

Watch this Blue Tit karate kick the competition off a Haith's bird feeder

Watch this Blue Tit karate kick the competition off a Haith's bird feeder

All wild birds can be hostile at a bird feeder; however, some garden birds are actually prepared to engage in combat to secure a bird food offering.

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