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A Unique Visitor to Austin Eco-Schools Community

The monarch butterfly migration is a unique phenomenon where multiple generations of monarchs complete a 3,000 mile journey from the oyamel forests of Michoacán, Mexico to the northern U.S. and …

Meet the Wymans: Doing Their Part One Acre at a Time

Warm rays of sun light reflect from the waters of the Chesapeake Bay, the smell of fresh vegetation fills the air, butterflies dance in the wind above the plush gardens, …

Keeping Birds Safe from Outdoor Cats

We recently published an article in National Wildlife magazine on the enormous, unnatural toll that free-ranging domesticated cats take on wildlife, along with a blog post about how to keep indoor …

Make Gardening for Wildlife a Family Affair

Gardening for wildlife is a great way to enjoy time outdoors as a family and make a difference for local birds, butterflies and other wildlife at the same time. When …

hunt's bumble bee

Restricting Problem Insecticides to Protect Bees and other Pollinators

Montréal Mayor Makes Magnificent Commitment to Help Save the Monarch…

Broward Habitat Connectivity Project – Providing Habitat for Migratory Birds…

Pennsylvania Green and Healthy Schools

Why is environmental education important? Research points to many reasons, but here are just a few: Environmental education connects knowledge that students gain in the classroom with real word situations, …

Growing WILD

Five years ago, a team of community volunteers broke ground on a new native plant garden at a wildlife education center in Helena, Montana. The former Stedman Foundry site required …

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