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Bumble bees are highly beneficial insects pollinate many native plants, home-grown fruits and vegetables and agricultural crops.
American robin, one of the most common birds of North America. What makes this harbinger of spring a backyard favorite?
Trees attract birds and other wildlife to your haven. By knowing what to plant in your yard you too can have movement and song all year long.
Shrubs in your wildlife gardens offer food, protection and a place to raise a family
Feeder pests like squirrels can take the fun out of backyard birding. Let the joy of feeding birds return when you follows these tips to prevent unwanted feeder guests