Four good reasons why you should commit an area of your yard to wildlife. First, by every measure, earth is losing natural habitat.
The cheery spring songs of birds may be disguising hunger pangs. Last summer’s harvest of seeds, berries were consumed in the winter.
Halloween’s coming! Meet some very scary backyard wildlife! Boo!
Whether planting in a woodland, prairie, wetland or savanna environment, the basics are the same. Here’s what to consider.
Steps for removing birds, squirrels, skunks, bats and others from home, attic, window well, chimney, crawlspace.
The insects in our yards perform important work all summer long. Pamper them with extra places for them to hide, lay eggs and overwinter.
Wildlife make use of trees from top to bottom, but they aren’t all equal in value. See our list of best trees, from large to small.
Photos and interesting facts about ground squirrels, as adapted from WW’s Facebook posts CALIFORNIA GROUND SQUIRRELS (Otospermophilus beecheyi) are related…
Found across the U.S., maybe even in your yard. That’s a good thing! As bats go, the Big Brown Bat is, well, big. But, no need to fear.