Wildlife in my garden

Miranda Hodgson blogs on the wildlife discoveries she makes in her Oxfordshire garden.

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  • What lies beneath...

    By Miranda Hodgson
    Moving your tubs and planters to shelter them from wintry elements could mean you're in ...

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  • Late summer and autumn flowers for ...

    By Miranda Hodgson
    Having made plans for winter flowers and habitats, I want to help provide pollinators with ...

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  • Winter homes and hotels

    By Miranda Hodgson
    The coldest months of the year can be a challenging time for wildlife in our gardens: try ...

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  • Falling hazelnuts show that the summer ...

    By Miranda Hodgson
    It's interesting to watch the process of the nut harvest being stored; the many journeys ...

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  • Common frogs in the garden

    By Miranda Hodgson
    It is a wildlife gardener’s lot to spend part of their time rescuing and relocating ...

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  • Watching the food chain in action

    By Miranda Hodgson
    Sometimes when your garden comes under attack, a little patience can work wonders

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  • Flying ant day

    By Miranda Hodgson
    With the recent hot weather, we’ve spent a lot more time sitting in the garden, and on ...

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  • Letting the lawn go

    By Miranda Hodgson
    At a garden I work in, the owner has a sort of annexe garden next door that was acquired to ...

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  • Young birds are back in the garden

    By Miranda Hodgson
    The garden is full of baby birds finding their wings

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  • Worms have been moving stones in the ...

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  • A stoat visits the garden

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  • Are gardens primarily for humans?

    By Miranda Hodgson
    How we define wildlife gardening is increasingly up for debate

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