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Five Gifts to Help Wild Birds

The holiday season (or any time of the year) is a great time to give gifts that help out your local wild birds. Even if it’s a gift for yourself! …

Edible Gardens: A Win-Win for Pollinators and People

Gardeners who include plants for bees, butterflies, hummingbirds and other pollinators not only offer important habitat for these species, they often enjoy a greater fruit and vegetable bounty come harvest-time. …

Great Fall-Blooming Plants for Pollinators

Want to help bees? Take a look at Beesponsible‘s “Honey-Do” List to learn how you can make a difference for native bees in your backyard and community! Then visit our …

Texas Woman Makes a Difference for Local Wildlife

If a single person can make a difference for wildlife, imagine, the difference a whole community can make. Margaret Whitt, a retired public school teacher, is turning that vision into …

Take Action and Beesponsible to Save the Bees

Five Tips to Help Frogs and Toads in Your Yard

How Much Do You Know About Bees?

Garden for Wildlife Movement Celebrates Forty-Five Years of Helping Local Wildlife

With more than 7 million people participating across the country, National Wildlife Federation’s Garden for Wildlife movement is the nation’s longest-running and largest effort dedicated to helping wildlife locally. The …

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 …

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 …

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