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Help wildlife at home

Honey bees (Apis mellifera) foraging on Pink aster (Aster novae-angliae) - Nick Upton/2020VISION

Give wildlife a helping hand

From digging a wildlife pond to planting a bee-friendly window box, there’s always something that you can do to help the wildlife on your doorstep.

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Planting wildlife-friendly plants - Katrina Martin / 2020VISION

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Wildlife Gardening

With an estimated 124,500 gardens in Somerset, covering 19 square kilometres of the county, these spaces have huge potential for nature. Here you’ll find tips to help you improve your garden so wildlife can thrive.

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You don't have to travel far to help wildlife - our gardens and homes can be made havens for wildlife with just a few simple actions. 

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Brown Hare in Ox-eye Daisies - David Tipling/2020VISION

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Mass Lobby in London - Beccy Willmetts

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Woman rakes up cuttings - Matthew Roberts

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WildNet - Margaret Holland

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