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Wouldn’t it be ‘Cool’ to Create Britain’s Biggest Nature Reserve?

Wouldn’t it be ‘Cool’ to Create Britain’s Biggest Nature Reserve?

I would honestly say that the most productive and the least threatened habitat in Britain are gardens. Every garden –no matter how small - has the potential to be a nature reserve. What’s more, add all those thousands of gardens together and it is a very big nature reserve.

When exactly is spring?

When exactly is spring?

Well, for a start that depends on what latitude you live at. As far as Britain is concerned, the first signs of spring can be immediately in the New Year if you happen to live on the south coast of England, particularly in Devon or Cornwall.

Just Don't Stop Feeding the Garden Birds

Just Don't Stop Feeding the Garden Birds

It is an old question, but it still gets asked: ‘When should I feed the birds?’

Reasons to Feed Garden Birds

Reasons to Feed Garden Birds

Birds can't sing on an empty stomach

Patience is a Virtue

Patience is a Virtue

Feeders and nest boxes. People put them up and then are disappointed when nothing seems to be eating or nesting. So, they E Mail me or collar me in the street and ask what are they doing wrong?

Tits and Holes

Tits and Holes

Great Tits, Blue Tits and Coal Tits, all live in holes. Long Tailed Tits don’t. Frankly, they are a law unto themselves. Although they form flocks in winter they are often paired up before the end of January and start nest building way before any of their relations. And what a nest!

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