A worldwide study warns that urbanization around the world is actively destroying pollinator colonies–a dire impact on our ecosystems.
Birds, Bees, Butterflies
We spend hours on our porch watching birds, bees, and butterflies as they flit around our yard. We always strive to learn more. Won’t you join us?
Organic beekeeping, once thought inferior to synthetic methods, is actually effective. Read a recap of a Penn State study that proves it.
Learn five reasons why adding a bird bath will help attract more stunning feathered friends to your backyard or garden than ever before.
Read how to create a pollinator garden, a biodiverse oasis that will invite bees, moths, and butterflies to improve plant health.
Chickadees are small, friendly, adorable birds that you can enjoy watching for hours. How do you get them to your feeder? We explain.
Wild bird care differs somewhat from the summer months to the cold winter season. Learn what to feed your feathered friends in wintertime.
Bird migration is a natural process in which different birds fly over thousands of miles to find the best ecological environment and habitats for breeding, feeding, and raising their young. When the conditions at breeding sites become unfavorable due to low temperatures, these birds migrate to more favorable conditions. Migratory birds provide ecosystem benefits. Beneficial
Monarch butterflies are beloved for their vibrant colors. Sadly, their population is in decline. Here’s how you can attract and protect them.
Here are six bee removal tips for when it’s time to send the little buzzers packing, but you want to be humane in achieving that outcome.
Attracting hummingbirds to your garden can be one of life’s simplest pleasures. Their cute antics will entertain you for hours.
Robins appear in early spring, bringing with them the promise of new life and the promise of summer. Here’s how to draw them to your yard.
Cardinals are utterly breathtaking birds to behold as they flit and flutter through your yard. Here are fourteen proven ways to attract them.
Wildlife can be fun to watch if you’re a nature lover. Here are some tips and tricks to attract local animals to your garden.
We all love nature and the serenity and peace it brings to our mind, body, and soul. Experiencing the sweet sounds of chirping birds and the beautiful sights in your backyard can have a positive impact on your mental well-being and aid in alleviating stress and anxiety. Create a bird friendly garden
I recently turned to blog readers for advice on how to attract hummingbirds to my garden, and this easy DIY bird bath is the result of some of that advice. It’s built from scrap wood and a plastic plant saucer, this is as simple as it gets.
Most of you probably clicked on this article just to be sure you read the title correctly and your eyes were not playing tricks on you. Well, thanks for clicking and yes, today we are going to find out to turn our yards into a bat-hive. “Why on earth would I want bats in my
Take a look at five essential plants you’ll need for a successful butterfly garden.