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Sue Emms and Pete Weller welcome wildlife into their country garden in the area of Ross-in-Wye.


GAP Photos/Nicola Stocken

Feature No:   4175 

Qty of Images:    82 


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There can be few surer signs of a wildlife-friendly garden than a close encounter with a coal tit feasting off aphids on a rose bush. Along with buzzards soaring high or hungry redwings in winter, it is a familiar sight for Sue Emms and Pete Weller who welcome wildlife into their country garden. ‘We’re surrounded by beautiful countryside, and some thirty different bird species visit the garden,’ she says. ‘The pond is home to an abundance of dragonflies, newts and the occasional grass snake, whilst bees and butterflies have a mass of flowers to attract them.’



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