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by Yvonne Babb
on February 25, 2020 at 12:51 PM
This is perfect for supporting agroecology and acknowledges the ecosystem services of native birds. If mature trees and snags, hence the native local habitat were allowed to form wild natural corridors then the birds wemould have nesting cavities. Nature does all the work for us...if we let it. Thank you.
by Thea P.
on March 3, 2020 at 5:25 AM
Hello! Awesome article, Jeannette, I enjoyed reading it. Birds are very important to our environment, this is one of the causes that is it still working properly. What I think is good to attract birds is to create such area they would like to live in. I have a lot of flowers and few trees in my garden that seems very attractive to different types of birds. What is really interesting, purple coneflowers are much more attractive than ones in other colors..I have read it once and I tried it in my garden ordering coneflowers. It really worked! But I also think that is it because of other plants that I grow.
by Lisa M
on May 28, 2024 at 9:27 AM
Hi, I’m hoping someone can confirm what I would call an earwig phenomenon here in Cherry Valley. Yesterday THOUSANDS of them flying in my yard. Am I the only one to see it? Thanks in advance.
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