Spring is a great time to install a house for your feathered friends. Jean Vernon has some top tips and advice on siting a nest box in your garden.
Grow some plants in the garden that bear berries to help birds through the winter. Pyracantha, ivy, holly and cotoneaster are all good choices.
Take a closer look at that buzzing creature in your garden. There are dozens of species of solitary bees as well as our honeybees and bumblebees and they all do vital work in the garden.
They might be warty, but garden toads are good for the garden, says Jean Vernon.
Give your bird feeders and bird baths a health check before the breeding season.
Gardens close to woodlands and countryside can offer ideal sites for owl boxes says Wildlife World expert Chantal Brown.
Don’t be scared, bats in the garden are a blessing not a curse. These little creatures mostly eat garden bugs as Wildlife World Bat expert Chantal Brown explains.
Bring your garden alive with the silent wings and elegant presence of beautiful butterflies. They are living ornaments to adorn your garden and enthrall young and old.
Hedgehogs are the gardeners’ friend, they are now in serious decline and need all the help that we can give them. As the weather warms up our prickly garden friends emerge from hibernation.
Feed the garden birds. They are the gardeners’ friends and bring life and soul to the garden party.