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World Wildlife Day 2021

World Wildlife Day 2021

We are excited to be welcoming in Spring and World Wildlife Day this March at Wildlife World. The 3rd of March is World Wildlife Day, a designated day to celebrate and raise awareness of the world's wild animals and plants. 
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How to Decorate the Seasonal Wreath Nester - Christmas

How to Decorate the Seasonal Wreath Nester - Christmas

Welcome to TWC ultimate wreath decorating guide! This easy-to-follow guide covers everything you'd need to know for how to decorate your Seasonal Wreath Nester & Feeder in every season.
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Squirrel Appreciation Day!

Squirrel Appreciation Day!

Go Nuts for Squirrels! The 21st of January is a day to celebrate our furry little friends that offer joy and entertainment to everyone across the five continents in which they inhabit.
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World Wildlife Conservation Day

World Wildlife Conservation Day

What a week for Conservation! We’re still out in the mud planting our trees for National Tree Week (28 November – 6 December). Then along comes World Wildlife Conservation Day in the same week.
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National Tree Week

National Tree Week

We’re delighted to welcome back the tree planting season this year, which will hopefully get people active and outdoors this winter! If, like us, you think trees are amazing then this week is a chance to celebrate everything they do for us.
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Watering your Wildlife

Watering your Wildlife

Did you know? Watering your garden shouldn’t just extend to the plants, flowers and vegetables you are growing. As the weather warms up, through springtime and into summer, it’s just as important to ensure the wildlife visiting your garden is watered as well.
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Wildlife for Wellbeing

Wildlife for Wellbeing

With many of us spending more time at home to protect ourselves and others, we want to show you that there are some positives for anyone self-isolating. If you’re up to date on the current advice, then taking a break from the news channel can surely bring some perspective and a relief from anxiety.
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Top Tips for Using Your Wildlife Camera

Top Tips for Using Your Wildlife Camera

Wildlife trap cameras have been used by film makers and scientists for some time but it’s only in the last few years that this technology has become accessible and usable to everyone. Now we can really find out what wildlife is visiting our gardens and get a look into the secret world of the beautiful creatures we have living on our doorstep.
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Solitary Bee Care Over Winter

Solitary Bee Care Over Winter

Give your baby solitary bees the best possible start in life! Now that your solitary bee house is full of baby bee cocoons, how can you protect them over the autumn and winter to ensure they have the best chance of survival, ready for next spring?
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How To Care For Your Nest Box

How To Care For Your Nest Box

If you get a lovely sunny weekend in November, it’s a great time to get out into the garden and clean out your nest boxes. Bird Protection Law allows us to clear nests between 1st September and 31st January only. And if you do it now, then you provide yet another habitat because new birds may use the box to roost in over winter to stay dry and warm.
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Ponds

Ponds

If there’s one feature you can introduce to your garden to help wildlife; it’s a pond. Almost regardless of how large a patch you have, introducing a bit of still water absolutely transforms your garden in terms of its value to living things.
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Solitary Bees Begin To Emerge

Solitary Bees Begin To Emerge

The weather is warming up and spring is here. That means, if you haven’t done already, you should start to see solitary bees emerging during April and May. After which they will mate and the females will return to the hive and lay their own eggs.
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