We went to a school near our HQ and asked the children a couple of questions: 'what lives in your garden?' and 'what would you like to see in your garden?'. This is what they said:
They made us smile anyway.
You might not find many wolves in your garden - not the furry four legged kind anyway - but you may well find an eight-legged wolf spider.
Image of wolf spider (AKA 'the boss of the garden') by Will George
Similarly look out for dragonflies if you live near still water and the beautiful tiger moth if you go on a garden bug hunt at night.
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