Results from the RSPB’s 2018 wildlife survey reveal that garden amphibians are becoming rarer
The results from the RSPB’s 2018 wildlife survey, conducted as part of the Big Garden Birdwatch, reveal that sightings of garden amphibians are becoming rarer.
Frogs were reported in over three-quarters of gardens across the UK – but despite being the most common non-bird garden visitor,…
Learn how you can help your garden worms to thrive
Gardeners are being urged to create a more welcoming habitat for worms in this year’s Wild About Gardens challenge from the RHS and The Wildlife Trusts – Go Wild for Worms. The UK has 29 species of worm, and they are vital for good soil structure and fertility, turning the…
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Hedgehog populations may be stabilising in urban areas. Picture: British Hedgehog Preservation Society
The latest survey shows that UK hedgehog numbers are continuing to fall. ‘The State of Britain’s Hedgehogs 2018’, by the British Hedgehog Preservation Society and…
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RIP Jeremy the snail
Below: Jeremy playing ‘uncle’ to one of the earlier babies. Above: The first picture of Jeremy’s babies. Pictures: Dr Angus Davison/The University of Nottingham
There’s tragic news from Nottingham: Jeremy, the sinistral snail who…
First ever ‘Hedgehog Housing Census’ launched to help popular UK garden residents.
The UK’s housing crisis is often high on the news agenda, but this August, a more rustic type of accommodation, home to the UK’s smaller, spikier residents, is taking the spotlight. Today, 15 August 2017, the first ever national Hedgehog Housing Census has been launched by Hedgehog Street,…
A new survey has revealed that hedgehogs, foxes and moles are among the most common creatures that are making their homes in back gardens
The RSPB is calling on people to get outside this summer to uncover the mysterious creatures that are living in their outdoor spaces.
• The RSPB is calling on people to get outside this…
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