Creating a wildlife habitat garden to attract birds, butterflies, and other neighborhood wildlife is fun, rewarding, and makes a big difference. It’s easier than you might think. Here is what your wildlife garden should include:
Native plants provide food eaten by a variety of wildlife. Feeders can supplement natural food sources.
All animals need water to survive, and some need it for bathing or breeding as well.
Wildlife need places to take shelter from bad weather and places to hide from predators or hunt for prey.
Places to Raise Young
Wildlife need resources to reproduce, and to protect and nourish their young.
Maintain your yard or garden in natural ways to ensure soil, air, and water stay healthy and clean.
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