We plant flowers that all the bees like – not just the honey bees.
It is not too difficult finding the flowers for us and the bees.
I love Wisteria and it was good to see that a female blackbird has chosen the Wisteria growing on the wall of our outbuilding to make a nest.
Another blackbird has chosen to nest in a cherry tree in the back garden. (A blackbird nesting in a cherry tree? Not much hope for our cherries.)
Some accommodation is specially made and it is not only this Anthophora that has made use of this bee house.
The Barn Owls have taken to their adapted trunk high up in the outhouse.
Some accommodation, like the window shutter, is improvised and is a home for the Barbastelle bat.
Of course, good accommodation includes bathing facilities, much appreciated by the Redstarts.
However, when a swallow chose our living room it received a resounding shout of “Out!”, and the doors were firmly kept closed until it had chosen another nest site.