Deadwood is an important habitat for fungi, moss, invertebrates and all the amphibians, reptiles, small mammals and birds that feed on the communities of organisms that make their home amongst the rotting logs. All cutting back and pruning of trees and hedgerows should be completed by March to ensure nesting is not disrupted, so hopefully there will be plenty of deadwood in your wildlife area to make some deadwood habitats. Watch “Deadwood is dead good” a video created by Roland Brown which will inspire you to create some deadwood habitats.https://youtu.be/cRcAePtk0UQ
22 ways to build biodiversity
To mark International Day for Biological Diversity, the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew have shared 22 actions you can take to help protect, support and regenerate the incredible biodiversity on your doorstep. https://www.kew.org/read-and-watch/22-ways-biodiversity-day...