Garden Habitats

Learn How to Garden for Wildlife

The National Wildlife Federation’s Garden for Wildlife program offers a wide variety of resources to help you create beautiful landscapes and other garden spaces that support birds, butterflies, bees and other backyard …

What to do When Foxes Move In

A National Wildlife Federation supporter has recently had some foxes take up residence in her yard. The fox den is roughly ten feet from her front door and she’s concerned …

What To Do If You Find Baby Wildlife

Spring is here, and with it comes baby wildlife season. As the warm season progresses, the chance of encountering young animals from baby birds to lone deer fawns to baby squirrels …

Share Your Wildlife Habitat Garden on GrowIt! Mobile App

Increasingly wildlife gardeners are sharing pictures of their garden habitats on social media to celebrate their efforts to help birds, butterflies and other local wildlife, and to learn from each …

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Six Ways to Help Bees and Beesponsible

Bees need our help. Many North American native bee species are experiencing population declines due to pesticide poisoning, habitat loss and disease. Domesticated honey bees managed for their agricultural services are also …

Meet the Superstar Habitat Steward™ of Franklin Park

Located in the neighborhood of Central Tacoma, Washington, Franklin Park serves its community well – there are numerous opportunities for recreation for children and adults, including a community garden. It …

Monarch Butterfly 2018 Population Down by 14.8 Percent

The population number of eastern monarch butterflies overwintering in Mexico has been released, showing a 14.8 percent decline over last year, continuing the downward trend that has resulted in an overall 90 percent …

Squash bee photo by Jack Schultz

BUZZworthy: NWF Teams Up With Beesponsible to Save Bees

The National Wildlife Federation has teamed up with Beesponsible to inspire and empower people to take action on behalf of declining bee populations. Bees are among our most important pollinators. …

A Garden That Provides Habitat and Solace

New York City is often described as the city that never sleeps, but amidst its hustle and bustle lies an oasis just a short ride up the Hudson. A sanctuary …

National Wildlife Federation Helps Launch Lower Rio Grande Valley Learning Landscapes Initiative

The National Wildlife Federation’s Schoolyard Habitat Program, which uses outdoor nature gardens as classrooms to help students master science and other subjects, is really making its mark in South Texas. …

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