Having lived in the glorious Mendip Hills for the last 40 years, I am now living in a housing estate in a coastal region. With the exception of seagulls, magpies, pigeons, starlings and sparrows, we have no other visitors. What can I do to encourage more diversity? I should be so
grateful for any ideas.
We do have hedgehogs in abundance and I know I should be grateful for that!
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