Your Garden will attract wildlife-here's how to keep then outdoors.
Graceful flight and handsome looks make swallows welcome guests.
There are lots of good reasons to attract wasps to your garden.
Keep your feathered friends healthy, well-fed, and coming back for more.
They may be cute, but they can wreak havoc in your garden and home.
Squirrels are almost everywhere—they live in urban and rural settings, in the North and the South, on the ground and in trees.
Let’s celebrate America’s wild turkey!
This northern finch lives off of Arctic birch and willow seeds before heading southward into any area with ample seeds—old fields, grassy roadsides, and your garden.
Ants don't deserve your antipathy. These common but complex insects hold the key to a garden's health.
If you spy a rusty-brown bird hopping along a forest or thicket floor, using its bill to scoop under leaves and toss them up, you're probably watching a brown thrasher.