Wildlife Gardens of Cape May, Teresa Knipper Very Late First Monarch of the Season One Third of U.S. Birds in Danger: How your Ecosystem Garden can Make a Difference How to preserve wildlife habitat while cleaning up your wildlife garden in Autumn. Beautiful sights and sounds while birding Biddeford Pool. How to Help Your Friends Start a Wildlife Garden 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. A Trip to The Farmers Market Cape May Early Fall Wildlife and Gardens Amazing Critters in the Wildlife Garden Seeing a flock of wild turkeys through the window was a rare treat on a Winter's day. Beneficial Insects at Philadelphia Flower Show Goldfinch Eating Heliantus Seeds Birding Barnegat Light Are Wildlife Gardeners Real Birders? Certified Monarch Waystation More birding adventures in Maine. Get your Bird Houses Ready, Spring is Coming Do Robins Really Return in the Spring A day out birding Wissahickon Park. New Wildlife Garden Update How to Start a Wildlife Garden Becoming a Wildlife Gardener Visit Other Wildlife Gardens for Inspiration A Visit to Coastal Maine Botanical Garden A bit about my trip to Maine. Where’s my Garden? Why Bugs? With Heather Holm Butterfly House at Albuquerque Botanic Garden What Happens to Migrating Birds During a Hurricane? a-visit-to-evelyn-lovitzs-garden.html Visiting other gardens is a great way to gather ideas and inspiration for your own garden. Ultimate Guide to Birdscaping Your Garden What Can You Do to Replace Your Lawn? Favorite things of summer Pollinators of Native Plants by Heather Holm Hummingbirds Return Bees Are Beautiful in the Wildlife Garden Dave Hunter on Attracting Native Bees See my images of beautiful Herons. Celebrate Garden for Wildlife Month Who’s in Your Wildlife Garden? Learning to ID Birds by Song These Ultimate Guides are a collection of topics our team has written about over the years. You will find helpful tips to design your own wildlife garden. Mr Fox Is NOT Butterfly Gardening for Monarchs: Got Milkweed? How to Find Which Birds Migrate Through Your Garden See my list of fun birding activities. Some can even be done from the comfort of home. Early Spring chores in a wildlife garden don't require much time and are a lot of fun! Collect seeds from native plants around your wildlife garden to plant in other areas of your garden. Monarch butterflies make an incredible journey from as far as Canada to Mexico. Your wildlife garden plays an important role in helping the butterflies make their migration.