DIY Pest Control [Infographic]

Summer is the best season to enjoy the great outdoors, but it’s also the time when you and your family are at the greatest risk of bites, stings, and the vector-borne disease that common summer pests can carry.

But did you know that there are steps you can take to make your backyard less attractive to these pests?

In the infographic below, you’ll know what to do to protect your family from pest threats this summer.

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Backyard Birds from Around The World [Infographic]

Backyard Birds From Around The World [Infographic] | ecogreenloveby Primrose UK

For millions of Brits a garden is something to share – with family, friends and of course, birds. While you can spot many beautiful birds in a British backyard, there are some species that don’t flock to our shores. Whether you’re a seasoned twitcher or have trouble telling a blue tit from a blue jay, we hope you’ll enjoy our colourful chart of Backyard Birds From Around The World, which gives you an up-close view of some of the most common garden birds from a number of countries across the globe.

Although you’re unlikely to see an Indian roller or spotted pardalote taking a wash in your bird bath anytime soon, we hope this infographic inspires you to create a welcoming home for our feathered friends in time for summer!

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How to Create a Wildlife-Friendly Backyard [Infographic]

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How to Create a Wildlife-Friendly Backyard [Infographic] | ecogreenlove

Infographic by CustomMade

Today’s environmental news is often alarming, especially the warnings that biodiversity, a term used to describe the immense variety of life on Earth, is under siege. The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) warns nearly one third of known species are threatened with extinction, including 41 percent of amphibians, 26 percent of mammals, and 13 percent of birds.

It’s easy to feel helpless in the face of such dire statistics, especially because many scientists call biodiversity our life support system. Humans rely on healthy ecosystems to:

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