Book Review:: Landscaping for Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest

Landscaping for Wildlife in the Pacific Northwest is an essential resource which has been mentioned and linked to countless times in various posts over time. Written by Russell Link, a wildlife biologist with the Washington Department of Fish and...

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Emerald City Crows

Crows are everywhere, throughout the world, but in Seattle they seem to have a special place of their own. The humble crow is abundant in Seattle, but unlike House Sparrows or Starlings, they warrant a lot of attention. You...

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Friday Film:: Life Nature You

In the latest installment of Friday Film we look at a short film titled Life Nature You by Myles Thompson. This film reminds us that wildlife is everywhere, even in a small patch of lawn in a suburban yard. The...

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

News Vacant lots: Urban decay or place to play?:: This article about vacant lots in Cleveland and how they are never really vacant due to the amount of plants and wildlife that inhabit them. Vaux's Swifts and Ghetto Birds:: The Vaux's...

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Native Plants and Wildlife Gardens Post:: A Visit to Kew Gardens

This is an excerpt from my latest post at the Native Plants & Wildlife Gardens blog. Click the link below to visit the full post. For anyone with an interest in botany and horticulture, Kew Royal Botanical Gardens in London is like...

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Urban Species Profile:: Pacific Treefrog

Common Name: Pacific Treefrog Scientific Name: Pseudacris regilla Family: Hylidae or Pseudacris (under debate) The most widespread and abundant frog in the Pacific Northwest, the Pacific Treefrog is also known as the Chorus Frog because they are one of the few frogs in the region which...

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