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When planting new trees or shrubs in your garden consider using native species, this will attract more wildlife.
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And it will be much better for the native species surrounding it!
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Why not plant some hedges in your garden to provide your local wildlife with some shelter?
If you have a quiet place where you can put a pile of logs or twigs, your local wildlife will sure appreciate it.
Clear out any debris and weeds from ponds: leave them on the side for some time, so that wildlife has time to escape!
Do you let a part your garden grow without disturbing it? This may be particularly interesting: http://j.mp/OBvYfY
Wildflower meadows are a good way to attract wildlife! Small meadows can even be sown on a balcony: http://j.mp/JDezRd
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A pond can be a haven for wildlife! What lives in your pond? About pond life: http://j.mp/IdEr8O
There are many ways to encourage wildlife: e.g. put up an insect box! About gardening for wildlife: http://j.mp/Jfa1Rw
Pollinators are quite important! But which plants attract pollinators? How to choose such plants: http://j.mp/xBWUk8
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Faded plants are now cut down! However perennials such as asters can be left to provide food for wildlife: http://bit.ly/sWN6Nb
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