Four good reasons why you should commit an area of your yard to wildlife. First, by every measure, earth is losing natural habitat.
Human mothers don’t hold the patent on good parenting. Good mothers are found in the wild, too. Meet eight of them.
The tiny birds that can! Twice a year, these tiny birds fly thousands of miles, in the face of extreme hazards.
The cheery spring songs of birds may be disguising hunger pangs. Last summer’s harvest of seeds, berries were consumed in the winter.
Attract hummingbirds to your yard with plants from this list of favored native plants, including bloom times and zones.
Moving water attracts more birds than still water. Add an accessory to your birdbath to give it some motion.
It’s one thing when an “itsy bitsy spider climb(s) up the water spout” and quite another if it crawls up an arm! Yet, most spiders are harmless.
Big, bold and beautiful, you can’t help but notice these striking spiders and their fancy webs.
What’s a backyard wildlife habitat without butterflies? Incomplete! Check our list of nectar and host plants before shopping.