Table of Contents for Wildlife Gardening


Foreword 4(2)
Why be a wildlife gardener?
6(2)
Your garden is a habitat
8(2)
The basics
10(2)
Start-up plants
12(2)
Pond life
14(2)
Your seasonal wildlife garden
16(2)
Plant a tree
18(2)
A wildlife hedge
20(2)
Continue composting
22(2)
Smiley sunflowers
24(2)
A mini nature reserve
26(2)
Keep a nature diary
28(2)
Animals and activities
30(2)
Plants for butterflies
32(2)
Butterfly house
34(2)
Moth catcher
36(2)
Plants for bees
38(2)
Bee hotel
40(2)
Ladybug sanctuary
42(2)
Stag beetle bucket
44(2)
Spider web catcher
46(2)
Wormery
48(2)
Snail race track
50(2)
Pond dipping
52(2)
Water plants
54(2)
Frog and toad home
56(2)
Newt pyramid rockery
58(2)
Owl nesting boot
60(2)
Bird feeder
62(2)
Bathroom for birds
64(2)
Flower pot birdhouse
66(2)
Hide and seek
68(2)
Small mammals detecto
70(2)
Night visitors tracker
72(2)
Night-scented plants
74(2)
Bats' bog garden
76(2)
Glossary and Index 78(2)
Acknowledgments 80