5 Favorite Backyard Habitat Photos of 2014

When I sat down to write the previous post, 5 Favorite Washington Nature Photos of 2014, I nearly had an anxiety attack trying to pick only a few photos. Instead of putting myself through that, I decided to do...

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

 News Bees buzzing at city haven:: "A wildflower haven created earlier this year beside one of the city's main roads is proving to be a blooming success for bees." Richard Mabey: in defence of nature writing:: "Not since John Clare lambasted Keats for...

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

News Badgers, bats and reptiles are right at home at Durrants Village:: Developers at a village in West Sussex have gone to great lengths by protecting species on site during construction and including habitat for the existing wildlife on the...

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

News Bloomin' lovely gardens brighten up London's East End:: A competition for residents of London's East End, the winners were chosen for showing " what they can do with plants, wildlife and the environment." Can biodiversity be accommodated in today's urban environment?::...

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Featured Design Resource:: Reptiles and Amphibians in your backyard

Readers may or may not realize that there are hundreds of design resources here on The Metropolitan Field Guide. On top of this website is a drop-down menu titled 'Design Resources' where you'll find documents for designing butterfly, bird,...

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

News Vancouver Convention Centre roof a hive of insect and plant activity:: Three years on and the green roof of the Vancouver Convention Center has been greatly successful for wildlife housing ants, spiders, dragonflies, grasshoppers, bees and sparrows and finches. California...

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