Trees are Useful Dead and Alive Dead trees or dead wood is important for many different species of wildlife. In fact, for some forest animals, dead trees are more valuable to their survival than live trees. Many people know to… Read More
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Q: My neighbor and I would like to plant some shrubs, trees and perennials to attract birds and butterflies. What advice do you have for us?
A: Well, first I want to congratulate you both on your cooperative efforts to share the land with our winged friends. I suspect once neighbors see your successes, you may have other confederates joining in on your enterprise…. Read More
I always love the first time I notice that cardinals have returned to my yard, which is usually around this time of year. It’s great fun watching their bright red bodies flit around in the trees and listening… Read More
Everyone with a landscape can make a difference for pollinators. Simply Having Areas Reserved for the Environment enables homeowners, land managers, farmers, individuals, corporations, schools, roadside managers, and golf courses to increase the number of pollinators in the… Read More
Wood ducks are one of the most colorful ducks in North America. Breeding males showcase an unbelievable combination of colors including a red bill and eyes, a metallic purplish-green crested head, black cheeks with thick white stripes, a… Read More