Paw Talk's prodicle son .
Join Date: Dec 2004
Location: Saaf Norwood, London UK
There is no Minibeast habitat better than a pile of old bricks , if you can get engineering bricks with the three holes in that does help , but any old and rough brick is good , reclaimed bricks and even ones you found at the back of your garden hidden away or dug up can be used.
Also if you have access to any sawn logs or sections of branch you can make a minibeast log pile that will slowly rot down in time , a good natural habitat.
Also the best minibeast home I found by accident was in fact a upturned multicelled firework , covered with roofing felt on the top and all around the circumfrence..
I had a round one with 88 diferent cells and I would often see spiders , woodlice , Ladybirds and the odd Millipede and Centipede in there.
I have 6 bird fat balls to hang up myself but I just dont have the time , and where I live now I only have a four stemmed ash tree at the back in the communal and a Mountain ash thats outside the front of my flat where I can hang them.
I have seen Starlings and Blue tits out front in the Rowan and I have heard but not seen a Goldcrest out the back in the conifers.
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* sings *
He's in the Jailhouse now , he's in the Jailhouse now , well I told him once or twice .
To stop chewing wood and Pooping nice , he's in the jailhouse now.