Wild About Gardening
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Discover the benefits of wildlife-friendly gardening, learn about Canadian plants and animals and find out how you can attract local and migratory wildlife to your outdoor haven.
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Cedar Waxwing - every Fall for a few days we have flocks of these that eat ALL the red berries in sight and then leave for the Winter. I've seen 30 on a bush at once and the berries disappear overnight.

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For The Birds: Unique Garden Birdhouses

Rustic cabin birdhouse, as garden art, with a vine of wild roses growing on it in shade garden. So pretty, love this garden scene!

We discovered a great guide that provides clear photos for identifying edible wild plants, with tips on what to avoid and a lot of useful information about each plant featured! It's good to know that there are plenty of possible sources of food around in a survival situation.

A great guide that provides clear photos for identifying edible wild plants, with tips on what to avoid and a lot of useful information about each plant featured.

images of insect hotels | ... the spikey purple one was everywhere and b bug hotels were very in

Here are the habitat walls built for the Chelsea Flower Show 2011 Royal Bank of Canada garden that we built.

Midwest Prairies - milkweed in the fall. It has pretty blooms in the summer, hosts Monarch butterflies, their eggs, and caterpillars.

Midwest Prairies - milkweed in the fall. It has pretty blooms in the summer, hosts Monarch butterflies, their eggs, and caterpillars. Once saw the Monarch Migration In Norton Shores Michigan.

The Northern Parula is a small New World warbler. It breeds in eastern North America from southern Canada to Florida. Northern Parula 2014 ~ by Bill McCormack on 500px

The Northern Parula is a small New World warbler. It breeds in eastern North America from southern Canada to Florida. Northern Parula 2014 ~ by Bill McCormack on

Visit the Alaska Botanical Garden in Achorage and you may encounter a bear! With over 1,100 species of hardy perennials, and 150 native plant species, the Alaska Botanical Garden is the place to experience the abundance of the summer sub-arctic growing season and to learn about flora native to southcentral Alaska.

Visit the Alaska Botanical Garden in Achorage and you may encounter a bear! With over 1,100 species of hardy perennials, and 150 native plant species, the Alaska Botanical Garden is the place to experience the abundance of the summer sub-arctic growing season and to learn about flora native to southcentral Alaska.

Canadian Wildlife Federation: Wild About Flowers This poster is a visual display of the beauty of Canadian wildflowers. It features 19 of our native species – just a small sample of the many attractive flowers found across Canada.

Canadian Wildlife Federation: Wild About Flowers This poster is a visual display of the beauty of Canadian wildflowers. It features 19 of our native species – just a small sample of the many attractive flowers found across Canada.

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off-with-the-faeries: ~Realm of the Fae~ ☽☉☾ Pagan, Viking, Nature and Tolkien things ☽☉☾

Get 'Backyard Habitat Certified' through the Canadian Wildlife Federation. Read more by clicking the image.

a young pileated woodpecker and Backyard Habitat Certification sign

winterberries - they stay red and plump for much of the winter...nice for our eyes and good for birds' bellies.

winterberries - they stay red and plump for much of the winter.nice for our eyes and good for birds' bellies.

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