Wildlife Gardens of Cape May, Teresa Knipper
Time for all gardeners to make a difference. The role of gardener has become an important player in our nation's wildlife.
Wildlife Gardens For People
A bit about my trip to Maine.
Why Bugs? With Heather Holm
I was fortunate to spend the holiday yesterday at the state park at Barnegat Lighthouse in New Jersey. I have a deep fascination with winter ducks who spend their lives in the cold, rough waters of the ocean. And I consider you extremely lucky if your garden vista...
Ecosystem Garden Showcase: Ro Wilson, Cape May, NJ
Using the Essential Elements for birds and other wildlife to create a welcoming habitat.
What Happens to Migrating Birds During a Hurricane?
Do Monarch Caterpillars Eat Anything Besides Milkweed
Cousins and Coneflowers
How Long Should I Leave my Hummingbird Feeders up in the Fall?
How to Find Which Birds Migrate Through Your Garden
If you Build it, take two
Where’s my Garden?
Celebrate Garden for Wildlife Month
A Visit to Helen Yoest's Ecosystem Garden
Murder of the Bumble Bees
First Monarch of the Spring
Ecosystem Gardening Showcase Ellen Sousa
How to preserve wildlife habitat while cleaning up your wildlife garden in Autumn.
Who’s in Your Wildlife Garden? Learning to ID Birds by Song
Beneficial Insects at Philadelphia Flower Show
Tree Swallows Return
5 Ways to Help Amphibians in Your Ecosystem Garden
Birding adventures while out whale watching in Maine.
Meet some of the biologist I met in Guatamala helping to preserve bird habitats.
Monarch Butterfly Wintering Population at All Time Low
The Birds Nest at Morris Arboretum
What bluebirds need in your garden - nest boxes and other cavities away from predators. Where to locate nest and plants to avoid.
Reflection and Anticipation
Earth Day in the Wildlife Garden
Are Wildlife Gardeners Real Gardeners?
Early Spring chores in a wildlife garden don't require much time and are a lot of fun!
Healing The Wounds 5 Loss of Ecological Processes
Annual visit to Conowingo Dam to see hundreds of eagles.
Searching for Ducks
Giving Pollinators a Helping Hand in Your Wildlife Garden
Everything Is Connected in Your Wildlife Garden
Pleasantly surprised by the Coastal Maine Botanical Garden.
Is Sugar Bad for Hummingbirds?
Amazing Critters in the Wildlife Garden
Roadside plants and shrubs make great habitats for birds, butterflies and bees.
Red Admiral Butterfly Sipping From Sap Flow
Beautiful sights and sounds while birding Biddeford Pool.
Vacation, a Superfund Cleanup Site, No Internet Access
Chickadees in the Wildlife Garden
What Can You Do to Replace Your Lawn?
Bald-Faced Hornets in the Wildlife Garden
Goldfinch Eating Heliantus Seeds