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Looking to Have Wildlife in Your Landscape?

Creating a wildlife-friendly landscape is a great way to enhance the beauty and biodiversity of your yard. Here are some steps you can follow to attract birds, butterflies, and other wildlife to your yard:

  1. Provide food: Offer food sources such as bird feeders, birdbaths, and native plants that produce seeds, nectar, and berries.

  2. Offer shelter: Provide shelter for wildlife by planting native trees, shrubs, and tall grasses. You can also add birdhouses, bat boxes, and butterfly boxes to your landscape.

  3. Provide water: Install birdbaths, small ponds, or fountains to provide a source of water for wildlife.

  4. Avoid using pesticides: Pesticides can harm wildlife, so avoid using them in your yard. Instead, opt for integrated pest management techniques to control pests.

  5. Create a diverse landscape: Plant a variety of native plants that provide food, shelter, and habitat for different species of wildlife.

  6. Provide nesting sites: Provide nesting sites for birds, such as birdhouses or natural cavities in trees.

  7. Reduce disturbance: Minimize disturbance to wildlife by avoiding activities that could disrupt their habitats, such as mowing, raking, or trimming at certain times of the year when wildlife is breeding or nesting.

By creating a wildlife-friendly landscape, you can enhance the beauty and biodiversity of your yard, while also providing a habitat for birds, butterflies, and other wildlife.

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