A Home for Wildlife

Discovering the incredible wildlife diversity within an urban garden

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Eyed Hawkmoth

Sometimes its easy to be jealous. This beauty was not recorded in our garden, but instead was found by our neighbour in hers. This is the Eyed Hawkmoth, a species we have never recorded in our garden so not on our species list (yet!). It’s called the Eyed Hawkmoth due to the pattern on itsContinue reading “Eyed Hawkmoth”

Volucella zonaria

Finally, we have a garden record for the largest hoverfly found in Great Britain. We’d been wondering when it would show up as it’s not at all rare in the South of England. At first, admittedly without glasses on, we thought this was a Hornet (another species we are stilling waiting to record) and atContinue reading “Volucella zonaria”

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