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About Landscaping For Wildlife

Landscaping Kids

Want to cut down on mowing and maintenance in your yard? Attract wildlife? Want to create a beautiful backyard landscape that is an oasis for native birds, frogs, mammals, butterflies, and other insects?You can do this by promoting the plants and habitats that help them thrive. To attract and benefit wildlife, it is important to consider their basic food, cover and water requirements. Below are links to information that will help you to landscape with these elements in mind.

West Virginia Wildyards Program
Butterfly Gardening
Native Plant Sources
Providing Habitat For Birds
Plants To Avoid
Native Shrub Fact Sheets


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