Creating Habitat for Backyard Birds
By Dale Evva Gelfand
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By planning and developing your backyard as an inviting natural habitat, including diverse native food plants, sheltering shrubs and trees, a water source, and nesting sites, you will encourage birds to stick around, not just eat and run.
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