Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens Post:: 5 Wildlife Gardening Resources for the Pacific Northwest

This is an excerpt from my latest post at the Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens blog. Click the link below to visit the full post. Landscaping for Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest It seems that any time I talk with somebody...

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Landscape for Wildlife Resources

Now at The Metropolitan Field Guide you can find Landscape for Wildlife resources and documents. Simply use the 'Pages' drop-down menu and navigate to 'Landscape for Wildlife' and click the main page to see resources for all regions, or...

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Foragings:: The latest news, resources, designs and more

Interesting Nature The Beauty of Insect Eggs:: From the latest issue of National Geographic shows a fascinating side of insect eggs, through a microscope. The details of these structures are simply amazing. Ladybug:: Also from National Geographic, this profile of our...

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New Regional Plant List Resources

Now you can find plant lists for wildlife for each region, and most states in the US, right here on The Metropolitan Field Guide. Just use the 'Pages' drop-down menu on the top of this page and go down...

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Stone Walls for Wildlife

Retaining walls are a fact of life for many landscapes, even those with only a slight slope. The majority of walls however, are constructed as a flat surface, stones bound together with mortar which don't serve any benefit to...

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Book Review:: an obsession with butterflies, our long love affair with a singular insect

An Obsession With Butterflies: Our Long Love Affair With A Singular Insect by Sharman Apt Russell, is an excellent book for learning about the life history of butterflies from egg through adult. I was a bit disappointed based on...

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