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Thursday, June 21, 2007

Backyard Wildlife Habitat

A backyard wildlife habitat can provide a relaxing place for the whole family to view nature's wonders of birds, butterflies, and wildlife. The beautiful wildflowers and other native plants you plant will not only make your property more attractive but it will also provide a place to nuture and support wildlife all year long.
Gardening for wildlife improves the environment by reducing chemicals and conserving water.
The National Wildlife Federation will recognize your dedication to creating such a place for wildlife with several nice rewards.
To learn how to go about this go to:
The yard sign shown is from Barbara and Q's garden.


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