If you want to attract wildlife into your garden, park or school, you will need to ensure you provide things they need: food, water, and places to find shelter.
In general, the more types of wildflowers, flowering and fruiting hedge plants and (if your green space is large enough) trees you have, the greater the diversity of insects you will have visiting. In turn, the more different types of insects, the greater the variety of mammals, birds, amphibians and reptiles will want to visit.
As you provide shelter, perches, homes, ponds, log piles and other areas of habitat, you’ll find that the animals stay for longer, and some may take up residence.
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