With Big Garden Bird Watch on the horizon, it's worth remembering that plenty of other wildlife can be seen in our gardens. Like this family of hares, the mum feeding three leverets in the garden of Nature's Home reader, Robert Reid, who said "This Hare gave birth to 3 leverets in our garden...the mother would come about the same time every night to feed them"
So remember, whilst you stock up your feeders for the many avian visitors to your garden, bear in mind the plethora of other wildlife that may pay your garden a little visit as well.
Mum's the word, this a great place to feed! (photo courtesy of Nature's Home reader Robert Reid)
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