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Jenny Steel is an Author and Plant Ecologist who has been a Wildlife Gardening specialist for more than 30 years. She has written several books on Wildlife Gardening and Natural History and is a freelance writer for organisations, websites, magazines and Wildlife Trusts.  This website is a resource of wildlife gardening information for individual, personal use only and may not be reproduced without permission.

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Life in a Wildlife Garden - 'Dinchope Diary' Blog

Dinchope Diary is ecologist Jenny Steel's current wildlife gardening monthly blog.  Find out more about her two acre wildlife garden in Shropshire and the wildlife she sees there on this blog .........Read More


Blog Archive 2012-2016 - Nature's Garden

The Nature's Garden Blog Archive documents seasonal changes and the wildlife Jenny saw between 2012 and 2016 in her wildlife garden in Shropshire, plus observations from other gardens and trips abroad ........ Read More

The Wildlife Garden at The Crib

The Wildlife Garden at The Crib, South Shropshire was created in 2005 from a existing small garden and an adjacent small field. Read more about the garden and see lists of some of the wildlife that has made it's home there ........ Read More

New to Wildlife Gardening?   Get Started Here   Tiny Garden ?  More Information on This Page

Jenny Steel carried out research in Plant Ecology at Oxford University and has been a specialist in Garden Ecology for more than 30 years. You can see more of her natural history photography here and you can also see more of Jenny's Nature Writing on this link


All Text and photographs copyright Jenny Steel 1996-2021



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