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Earth has lost half of its wildlife in the past 40 years, says WWF

Earth has lost half of its wildlife in the past 40 years, says WWF

Earth has lost half of its wildlife in the past 40 years, says WWF Species across land, rivers and seas decimated as humans kill for food in unsustainable numbers and destroy habitats

Bringing Nature Home: How You Can Sustain Wildlife with Native Plants, by Doug Tallamy. Native gardening and biodiversity matter!

Bringing Nature Home: How You Can Sustain Wildlife with Native Plants, Updated and Expanded/Douglas W.

DNR: Coloring Pages - Animals

The official website for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.

The Living Landscape: Designing for Beauty and Biodiversity in the Home Garden by Rick Darke & Doug Tallamy

The living landscape : designing for beauty and biodiversity in the home garden / Rick Darke & Doug Tallamy.

An Easy Wildlife Garden Project - How to help hedgehogs in your garden and get together more with your neighbours to help local wildlife

Revealed: the secret to growing juicy, tasty, high-yield tomatoes! How to finally get the tomato harvest of your dreams!

Ditch the Bread and Make Gourmet Wild Duck Food Instead! | Wildlife Fun 4 Kids by karla

Feed wild ducks something nutritious. A recipe for healthy duck food. Ditch the bread!

Turn Your Yard Into a Haven for Wildlife-  By providing food, water, cover and places for wildlife to raise their young, your garden can join the nearly 150,000 Certified Wildlife Habitat™ sites across the country.

National Wildlife Federation - Turn Your Yard Into a Haven for Wildlife! By providing food, water, cover and places for wildlife to raise their young, your garden can join the nearly Certified Wildlife Habitat™ sites across the country.

Why are native plants so important?

Why Native Plants are so Important? Weeds and native plants feed bees and butterflies.

Princeton study says wildlife & cattle can be partners, not enemies, in search for food!

Princeton study says wildlife & cattle can be partners, not enemies, in search for food!

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