Haynes Garden Wildlife Manual is the definitive guide to providing your garden with microhabitats and wildlife, showing that with a little thought and effort you can improve your own piece of the environment, however small. This highly practical book includes many DIY projects, with a focus on using recycled materials. The step-by-step projects are illustrated with photographs and drawings, and include tools and material lists, the time needed for each project and guidance on which projects are best for your garden.
Written by a wildlife expert with experience of garden landscaping. Full of accessible, illustrated step-by-step projects (with difficulty ratings) that can be adapted to your own garden. Organised according to the key animal groups, covering all animals that could set up home in your garden, as well as native plants that complement their habitats. Key animal groups covered include birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians and invertebrates. Trusted Haynes approach: clear and authoritative, illustrated in colour throughout.
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Gerard Cheshire, BSc MPhil, is a qualified ecological consultant with more than 15 years' experience as a freelance natural history writer for publishers in both the US and UK. He has a comprehensive knowledge of British wildlife and specialises in invertebrates, with a masters' degree in this area. He has also worked as a landscape designer and a housing developer, and is a trained artist.