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Title Wildlife gardening : for everyone and everything / Kate Bradbury.
Author Bradbury, Kate (Journalist), author.
Publication London : Bloomsbury Wildlife, 2019.
Description 1 online resource : illustrations (colour).
Call # eBOOK
Series The Wildlife Trusts
Note Table of Contents 1. Wildlife gardening for.... POLLINATORSIntroduction to bees and other pollinators. Explains how to attract them into the garden, with projects including how to make and maintain a bee hotel, hoverfly lagoon and bee bank. 2. Wildlife gardening for.... BIRDSIntroduction to birds and how to attract them, which food and nesting habitats to provide. Projects include how to make a bird box and bird bath. 3. Wildlife gardening for.... AMPHIBIANSIntroduction to amphibians and the variety of habitats that they need throughout the year. Explains how to dig a suitable pond. 4. Wildlife gardening for.... REPTILESIntroduction to reptiles, explaining which are likely to be found in a garden and what to feed them. Will include how to make a reptile tin. 5. Wildlife gardening for.... BEETLESIntroduction to beetles and why we should encourage them. Projects include how to make a beetle bank and bug hotel. 6. Wildlife gardening for.... MAMMALSIntroduction to the mammals that can be found in the garden and how to attract them, with a focus on hedgehogs as they are in decline. Explains how to make a hedgehog box and what to feed them and other mammal visitors. 7. Wildlife gardening for.... WASPSIntroduction to wasps and how important they are to the environment. Explains how to create habitats and encourage them to use your bee hotel. 8. Wildlife gardening for.... FLIESIntroduction to different types of fly and why they're important to the garden ecosystem. 9. Wildlife gardening for.... TRUE BUGSIntroduction on bugs, including aphids, shield bugs, pond skaters and water boatmen. Explanation on what they do and how to create habitats for them. 10. Wildlife gardening for.... SPIDERSIntroduction to explain the different types of spider and their role in the garden. Will show how to create habitats for spiders in different sized spaces.
Description based on CIP data; resource not viewed.
Subject Gardening to attract wildlife.
Gardening to attract wildlife. (OCoLC)fst00937894
Genre Electronic books.
Addl. Author OverDrive, Inc., distributor.
Related To Print version: 9781472956057
ISBN 9781472956064 (ePub ebook)
9781472956071 (PDF ebook)

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