From the bluebird to the robin, each of these birds provide a value to the gardener in one form or another.
There’s a reason you should care about dying bats, and it has to do with your health.
The plant vital to the survival of monarch butterflies is in major decline, thanks largely to unsustainable chemical-agriculture practices.
A songbird garden guarantees a joyful noise.
Find out how to attract these helpful birds—and why.
You can build the ultimate bird-friendly yard to feed year-round avian visitors, plus any unexpected guests who layover during a storm.
Fall is the time to clean and stock feeders and to stock up on birdseed.
Gobble up these facts about wild turkeys!
Can these furry little caterpillars really predict the weather?
Do blue jays really deserve their bad reputation?
Sierra Cascade Farm uses the wildlife on the farm to their advantage instead of seeing it as an adversary.
Beneficial bugs, but with a scary name!
Fish add flash and function to gardens; learn the best fish for your garden's needs
Earthworms, worm casting, and vermicomposting.
These cute critters can wreak havoc on your garden.
Meet your new friend: four-legged organic pest control.
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Bird baths attract and keep birds healthy.
Praying mantises are the big, bad beneficials of the garden.
Bird feeders help birds by offering food when natural sources are scarce.