A farmer from Bury St Edmunds is helping to boost wildlife numbers on his land thanks to some nature-friendly techniques.
Steve Honeywood is one of a growing number of farmers who are devoting more of their land to nature.
It comes as a new report from the Wildlife Trust says the work it's doing with farmers has meant there's been an increase in the numbers of some species.
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