Check out the article below for tips about things you can do in your own backyard to help birds this breeding season!Garden and landscape with native plants to help birds this breeding season.
Manicured lawns just don't cut it for birds. Sure, you may see an American Robin stop by. But to attract a variety of birds, look for opportunities at your home, school, or business to replace grass with native flowers, shrubs, and trees that support birds as well as the insects necessary for birds' survival. One quick method: Cover grass with cardboard or several pages of newspaper, layer on several inches of soil mixed with compost, and plant!
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National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (NFWF) today announced more than $1.7 million in grants to restore forest and freshwater habitat in central Appalachia, including projects in Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia and…