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Birds and other wildlife are such an important part of gardening and life. From feeding wild birds to finding ways to live harmoniously with other animals, it's…
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tender moments of a squirrel or it's about to eat its baby - lol
Triple Saw-whet Owls. Look at the one which tilts her head as if in curiosity. So adorable!

Wonderful Wildlife ✿

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Spring Chickens.
Watercolour hens, so well done!
Fancy schmancy hen house.

Chickens ♥

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frogs and toads in the garden for healthy ecosytems by e - press
Why Frogs & Toads Are Good For Our Gardens
It’s a good sign to have native frogs and toads in our gardens. It means we’re providing the food and habitat these environmentally-sensitive creatures need to thrive. Find out what you can do to attract them and why they are important in a healthy ecosystem.
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Should I Buy Ladybugs for my Garden? + Unusual Facts
Let’s look at popular ladybug facts and myths and find out whether it is recommended to buy lady beetles to combat garden pests.
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How to Identify Butterflies in Your Garden | Empress of Dirt
Need help identifying butterflies? These quick tips show how to recognize the differences between various groups of butterflies. Once you know who they are, you can provide the plants they need to survive.
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How To Use Fall Leaves To Improve Your Garden
Leave the leaves! There are so many beneficial uses including mulching garden beds, insulating plants from damaging winter conditions, creating nutritious compost, and providing essential food and habitat for living things.
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Create Seed Pod Bouquets for Winter Birds
Here’s a sweet way to dress up your garden for the winter: bundle up old flowering perennials with burlap ribbon and leave the seeds for the birds. You will nourish wildlife and, come spring, it’s easy to cut the plants back as new growth appears.
frogs and toads in the garden for healthy ecosytems by e - press
Why Frogs & Toads Are Good For Our Gardens — Empress of Dirt
It’s a good sign to have native frogs and toads in our gardens. It means we’re providing the food and habitat these environmentally-sensitive creatures need to thrive. Find out what you can do to attract them and why they are important in a healthy ecosystem.
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How to Make Your Birdbath Safe for Birds
The best birdbath is not only attractive in the garden but keeps birds safe. Use these tips to ensure your backyard birdbath is the right style and depth to provide a safe place for wild birds to drink and bathe.
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Monarch Butterflies: How Gardeners Can Truly Help
If you live where monarch butterflies breed, growing native milkweed is the first step. Find out what else you can do as a gardener to support the entire lifecycle of these astonishing creatures.
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The Surprising Benefits of Moths in Your Garden — Empress of Dirt
Just like butterflies, native moths are important plant pollinators and act as a food source for other animals. While invasive species pose challenges, the many thousands of beneficial moth species deserve their rightful place in nature and our gardens.
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Deer-proofing Your Garden: Does Anything Really Work?
Deer can cause a lot of destruction in a home garden. Can we really keep them out or stop them from eating our plants? Let’s look at popular recommendations for deterring deer and find out which tips might help.
frogs and toads in the garden for healthy ecosytems by e - press
Why Frogs & Toads Are Good For Our Gardens
Why Frogs & Toads Are Good For Our Gardens Find out the difference between a frog and a toad and all the ways they are beneficial in nature and our gardens.
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How to Protect Nesting Boxes With a DIY Predator Block
How to Protect Nesting Boxes With a DIY Predator Block By adding a small block of wood around the opening to a nesting box, you can stop predators from reaching the eggs or hatchlings inside.
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Deer-proofing Your Garden: Does Anything Really Work?
Deer-proofing Your Garden: Does Anything Really Work? Realistic tips for dealing with deer in the garden.
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How to Protect Nesting Boxes With a DIY Predator Block — Empress of Dirt
By adding a simple predator guard to bird nesting boxes you can stop animals like racoons, snakes, squirrels, and other bird species from raiding the nest.
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How to Feed Hummingbirds Without Attracting Bees — Empress of Dirt
How to Feed Hummingbirds Without Attracting Bees Tips to help keep bees and wasps away from hummingbird sugar water feeders.