- Wildlife Info
As valuable habitat for our native wildlife decreases, more and more of our native birds, mammals, reptiles and frogs are moving into urban areas. The problem is that very few of our urban areas provide a suitable habitat for many, if any, of these creatures, so it’s fantastic that many people want to make their gardens and yards wildlife friendly.
Wildlife friendly gardens require as much diversity as possible and the natural environment can be complex to replicate in your yard. Birds and animals use plants for many things including; food, shelter and breeding sites, so plants don’t necessarily have to provide food directly as they may attract insects which in turn provide food for some species.
Below are our top 12 tips for a wildlife friendly garden and yard:
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