Many British gardens have a pond and it is seen as a growth area both by garden centres and conservation organizations. This book helps wildlife and garden enthusiasts to discover and explore the world of ponds: from bugs, beetles and dragonflies, to frogs, birds and bats. It offers instructions on how to plan, design, site and build ponds.aiyda#39; Above: Koi Carp are spectacular, but they are not really compatible with a wildlife pond. If you love these fish, build ... These products also cost a fortune, with some more-complicated, integrated systems costing hundreds of pounds. A wildlife pond will achieve ... So long as a pond does not have too many nutrients or too many fish, it will have clear water and enough oxygen. A few small, native fish, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Wildlife Pond Handbook|
|Author||:||Louise Bardsley, Royal Society for Nature Conservation (Great Britain)|
|Publisher||:||New Holland Publishers - 2007-03-01|