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Put dried teasels nearby as natural perches or fill them with seed to attract goldfinches. Water is especially attractive for drinking, bathing (make sure that part of the pond is very shallow) and, in the case of frogs and newts, breeding. Running water can be used to good photographic effect and helps to aerate a pond. Slug pellets are harmful to other animals that ingest them and it’s better to plant some hostas in a wild corner of the garden and relocate slugs there if they’re a problem. You can never have too many native berry-bearing trees and shrubs and exotics such as buddleia and iceplant are appreciated by butterflies.

Moon jelly fish appear on beaches. Moors strike us as afternoon places; adders, slow worms and lizards are among the main attractions here and, unable to regulate their body temperatures internally, they rely on the weak spring sun to warm them to the point of activity. Hedges are important corridors for wildlife moving between habitats and only comparatively few creatures, such as brown hares and partridges, are adapted to life in the large arable fields that are a feature of much of eastern lowland Britain.

Woodcock patrol their territories above woodlands at dusk. “UNDERSTAND WHAT’S GOING ON IN EACH OF THE KEY HABITATS” © Niall Benvie © Niall Benvie M APRIL MAY ■ Nightjars churr on some southern heaths. ■ Corncrakes keep islanders in the Hebrides awake with their monotonous call. ■ Look out for slow worms under sheets of corrugated iron. JUNE ■ Red deer stags rub the velvet from their antlers. ■ Common lizards bask in the June sun. ■ Great skuas and arctic terns attack visitors on their nesting grounds.

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