Carla Brown’s Archive

Decorated Suet Ornaments

Two Easy, Gooey, Fun Winter Bird Feeding Projects

Here are two simple, cute projects that you could make right now to help the birds in your yard. Like us, birds and other backyard wildlife are facing more snow …

Squirrel vs. Bird Feeder App

Squirrel vs. Bird Feeder: Think Like a Kid

Playing the free Squirrel vs. Bird Feeder app can teach you a lot about yourself – and the kids in your life.

New Year's Resolution - More Fun Outside

Your New Year’s Resolution To Get Outside More – 26 Ideas from A-Z

Here’s a resolution that can help you lose weight, connect more with your kids or grandkids, and feel more at peace. You can do this – just get outside for …

Deji Akinpelu

From Playing in the Garden to Environmental Scientist

College student Deji Akinpelu has been spending time in nature and learning how to save the planet with National Wildlife Federation for most of his life – get inspired by his story!

Wanda Whiteside recommends camping for everyone

One Night of Camping Changed Wanda’s World

Ivy Simmons, a mom who encourages her kids to play and camp outside

Moms Say Campout Brought Peacefulness To Their Families

John Gale on a farm hunting

Spending Time on a Farm Made Me a Conservationist

Dyan Szall Puts Up Her Tent

Birthday Girl Celebrates with a Backyard Campout

When Dyan turned 12, she decided to celebrate with a backyard campout. Camp in your backyard this June 22 for the Great American Backyard Campout.

Spider webs glistening with dew

40 Spider Webs

Our last photo in the Garden for Wildlife “40 Garden Object” series – many spider webs glistening with dew – many more than 40, I’m sure.

40 flowers from my neighborhood

40 Flowers From My Neighborhood

To celebrate Garden for Wildlife month, I get inspired by flowers from my neighborhood.

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