Whether planting in a woodland, prairie, wetland or savanna environment, the basics are the same. Here’s what to consider.
The insects in our yards perform important work all summer long. Pamper them with extra places for them to hide, lay eggs and overwinter.
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.
Want to feed hummingbirds? The recipe is easy to prepare and hummingbirds always come back for more!
As my dogs and I were walking, we came across a snake obviously in distress and unable to move away to safety. There’s a moral to this story.
A vigorous wildlife habitat will have snakes. Venomous snakes in the yard, however, are worrisome. Here are tips for safe coexistence.
Learn about beavers, how they live and the value of their dams in nature.
Answers to common questions about bats. Why do they hang upside down? Bats and rabies. Injured bats. Do bats form “flocks?” More.