Wildlife

The plant vital to the survival of monarch butterflies is in major decline, thanks largely to unsustainable chemical-agriculture practices.
Even if you can’t keep bees yourself, you can still garden for them.
Meet the Arapawa goat, a hertiage breed with an interesting history.
Beneficial bugs, but with a scary name!
Simple steps to a delightful refuge for wildlife.
Bigeyed bugs are small and often go unnoticed, but their contribution to pest control is enormous.
Sierra Cascade Farm uses the wildlife on the farm to their advantage instead of seeing it as an adversary.
Use these specific, regional plant recommendations to attract birds in your neck of the woods.
From the bluebird to the robin, each of these birds provide a value to the gardener in one form or another.
Do blue jays really deserve their bad reputation?
As songbird populations are declining dramatically, organic gardeners can help them survive by creating a habitat in their backyards.
Expert instructions for building a deer fence around your garden.
Bird baths attract and keep birds healthy.
An important player on the beneficial insect team
This once solitude creature of the American West is now common throughout the country.
An Austin garden nurtures wildlife, both great and small.
Keep deer away with a homemade concoction.
Got voles? Meet your new best friend.
Look, but don't touch!
Fall is the time to clean and stock feeders and to stock up on birdseed.
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