Attracting Wildlife to Your Garden

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Collins, 2004 - Gardening - 128 pages
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Our gardens have become an important nature conservation area for animals, insects and plants, especially as many natural habitats are being destroyed. With the help of this practical book, you can create not only a fascinating mini nature reserve but also a vibrant and attractive garden. after injured, baby and hibernating hedgehogs; making a bat roost or bat box and siting it; developing a wildlife pond; planting a butterfly garden; and filming and photographing wildlife in your garden.

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Michael Chinery is a well-known naturalist and the author of numerous books on insects and garden wildlife, including Collins Nature Guide Garden Wildlife, The Natural History of the Garden and Collins Wildlife Trust Guide Butterflies of Britain and Europe. For several years he ran field courses to introduce people of all ages to plant and animal life and now lives in Suffolk with his wife Jill.

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