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Lazy Gardening

Gardening for wildlife involves embracing a messy garden– chewed leaves, piles of brush, reeds left standing through the winter. But the benefits are many– birds eating unwanted insects and butterflies flitting about, bees buzzing and pollinating your fruits and vegetables. … Continue reading

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Attracting Wildlife to Your Garden

Ever wonder if there is more you could do in your yard and garden to attract a greater diversity of birds, bees, butterflies and other wildlife? YardMap is a citizen-science project of Cornell University that can assist you in creating a backyard … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday

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