Early Spring Nesting Birds
Sometimes Starting Over is the Best Option
Creating a wildlife habitat at home. How to attract wildlife to a garden of any size.
How to Attract More Pollinators
Getting Inspiration for Your Wildlife Garden
Certified Monarch Waystation
Giving Pollinators a Helping Hand in Your Wildlife Garden
Progress in My Wildlife Garden
Time for all gardeners to make a difference. The role of gardener has become an important player in our nation's wildlife.
5 Steps to The Ultimate Butterfly Garden
Monarch Butterfly Wintering Population at All Time Low
Helping Wildlife with Specialized Habitat Needs in Your Ecosystem Garden
A Visit to Rio Grande Nature Center
Cousins and Coneflowers
Mourning Cloak First Butterfly of the Season
Early Spring chores in a wildlife garden don't require much time and are a lot of fun!
One Third of U.S. Birds in Danger: How your Ecosystem Garden can Make a Difference
Ecosystem Gardening Showcase Ellen Sousa
How to Find Which Birds Migrate Through Your Garden
A bit about my trip to Maine.
Chickadees in the Wildlife Garden
Why Bugs? With Heather Holm
There are many ways of giving back to wildlife from creating gardens to working with local organizations who restore wildlife.
Take a look at my birding trip in Tikal. Amazing ruins and monkey sightings.
The Monarch Butterfly has been much in the news lately as we receive the devastating news that the current wintering population in Mexico is at all time low. There are many reasons for this decline in Monarch Butterflies: Current agricultural practice Genetically...
Celebrate Garden for Wildlife Month
A visit to Pat Sutton’s Garden
Mr Fox Is NOT
Winter is a great time to see birds in your own wildlife garden as long as you have a lot of native plants with plenty of seeds, nuts and berries to attract wildlife.
Birding at the Asa Wright Nature Center on the island of Trinidad.
Tree Massacre in the Wildlife Garden
Get your Bird Houses Ready, Spring is Coming
Palmerton, PA sometimes Mother Nature Gets a Second Chance, Part 1
How Do Birds Stay Warm in Winter? Their feathers have amazing insulating properties. Many birds travel during winter for food more so than the warmer temperatures.
Saving the Monarch Butterfly
Providing food, water, and shelter is essential for birds in a Winter wildlife garden.
Butterfly numbers plunge by 50 percent
Wildlife Gardens of Cape May, Teresa Knipper
Why Did That Stupid Bird Build Its Nest in a Parking Lot?
Healing The Wounds 5 Loss of Ecological Processes
Becoming a Wildlife Gardener
What’s All the Fuss About Neonicotinoids?
I’ve been observing a special visitor to my wildlife garden lately, one that my two Plott Hounds get especially excited about–the raccoons that have taken up residence in the abandoned house next to my property. My Plott hounds are quite adept at helping me spot birds...
A day out birding Wissahickon Park.
Create a rest stop for birds traveling on their migration.
Cape May Early Fall Wildlife and Gardens
I really like to begin each new year the way I want the rest of the year to happen. So I always make sure I have cash in my pockets, make my wildlife garden resolutions (plans for what I want to add this year), and head outdoors to welcome the start of the New Year in...
Nest Watch in Your Ecosystem Garden
Vacation, a Superfund Cleanup Site, No Internet Access