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Miranda Hodgson blogs on the wildlife discoveries she makes in her Oxfordshire garden.
The air is alive with the sound of bees as new swarms settle in the garden
Wildlife are our neighbours, it would be better for all to treat them as such
The robins have disappeared and a duck nested in the middle of our work space. That's ...
The robin's mate has had a bad leg and the jackdaws have discovered a wool stash
Last autumn I carried out an exercise to test the level of soil biology by burying some cotton ...
A lost frog, busy bees and hungry birds mean plenty of wildlife activity as spring makes its ...
When the state of the world feels daunting, concentrating on what you can directly control can ...
By counting wild birds, we gain information about how different species are faring
By sharing food with a robin, we enticed it to eat with us at lunchtime
Our wildlife is in a parlous state and there is work to be done
The denizens of the warm months have left the stage, but a new cast of characters is stepping ...
Finding out how much life is in garden soil can be done by burying a pair of cotton pants and ...
The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.