Essay: Tara Allison, founder of WelcomeWildlife.com Converting the “blank slate” your house is sitting on into a rich habitat for…
With the first brisk mornings of fall, it may seem like all that’s ahead is to rake up our leaves and then relax until spring. But, no.
Fall and winter are good times to make a to-do list for next spring. Have you purchased seeds? Cleaned tools? What plants will you buy?
Just like humans, wildlife need water. They use it for drinking and bathing, and some animals live in water or hide in it.
Mulch makes a big difference to planting beds. It helps to reduce evaporation, maintain soil temperature and more.
Clay soil is a challenge. Air and water can hardly penetrate clay, but it can be improved. Tips to make it richer.
Locate large trees away from property lines, plant flowers in color groups and odd numbers, curve pathways. More.
If you do nothing more than ban the use of pesticides in your yard, you’ll do a very good thing for wildlife, pets, the environment and yourself.
Wild animals have special needs. It’s often unsafe for them and you. And, sometimes, illegal.