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 select your region to find resources by state. All of the documents are from university extensions, cities or other organizations and are designed to help with wildlife specific to that region. Among the documents are guides for designing schoolyard habitat, attracting wildlife to backyards, using snags, fencing, ponds and many more topics.

Use it as a companion to the ‘Regional Plants for Wildlife‘ resources as many of them go together.

If you see something missing, use the contact form to let me know and I’ll happily add it.

The next big upcoming resource selection will be guides to built structures such as bee houses, bird houses, bat roosts and more.

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