Any garden can provide some superb wildlife photographic opportunities.


Paul Hobson offers his tips and advice on how to turn yours into a haven for birds, insects and mammals.

PaulHobson05aBy leaving old props around the garden many birds get used to them. It may be a bit hackneyed, but it’s still a popular image

PaulHobson05bGrape hyacinths are a good small spring flower for bees.

PaulHobson05cPlanting nectar-rich bushes like buddleia are excellent for attracting butterflies such as the comma.

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All photos by Paul Hobson

more details at: amateurphotographer

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