Think of it as room and board for dedicated garden workers who will boost your harvest and provide you with half your body weight in honey.
When we think of wildlife in a backyard garden, most of us picture rabbits, squirrels, sparrows, chickadees. Fierce, soaring hawks and mysterious, sharp-eyed owls are not what we expect in an urban yard.
Don’t be like Little Miss Muffet—welcome spiders to your garden and let them do your pest control for you.
It's easy to make your yard a destination spot for these tiny beauties.
Use rabbit-savvy strategies to protect your garden while providing a haven for these furry residents.
Invite these tiny mosquito hunters into your yard with a made-to-order pond.
Blaze orange and jet black, the Northern oriole is a spectacular sight. Don’t miss a sighting in your yard!
Resourceful bird lovers can continue to attract birds without breaking the bank with these tips from National Wildlife Federation’s naturalist and backyard wildlife expert David Mizejewski.
To attract more birds to your garden, try these tips.
Help the tiniest members of the bird world, hummingbirds, keep up their stamina and energy needed for their turbo-charged lives by planting the following blooms.