Recorded in a garden near Bristol, each programme explores a different garden habitat; log piles, ponds, hedgerows, trees and shrubs, and finally stones. The presenters describe the appearance, behaviour and sounds of some of the typical species you're likely to find, explain their contribution to the ecology of the garden, and offer advice on how to entice them into your own garden. A Guide to Garden Wildlife will help listeners to identify everything from woodlice to water boatmen and from frogs to froghoppers. It will appeal to both enthusiastic novices and more experienced naturalists who want to find and get to know the wildlife lurking in their gardens. 1 CD. 1 hr 6 mins.
Brett Westwood is a radio presenter and author, specialising in natural history. He is a regular presenter of natural history programmes on BBC Radio 4, several of which are available in Real Audio format from the BBC website. He is active in the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust and for the Worcestershire Biological Records Centre, which cover the area around his home in Stourbridge. Phil Gates is an author, photographer and former chairman of Durham Wildlife Trust and president of the Northern Naturalists' Union. He is a Guardian Country Diarist, writes for BBC Wildlife magazine and has been nurturing his own wildlife garden, which often features in his 'Cabinet of Curiosities' blog, for thirty years. Chris Watson is a sound recordist with a particular and passionate interest in recording the wildlife sounds of animals, habitats and atmospheres from around the world. As a freelance recordist for film, TV and radio, he specialises in natural history and documentary location sound.
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