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Paul Thompson & Marilyn Drucker

Washington Crossing, PA, United States


A diversity of Native plants, trees, and shrubs provide shelter and insects to make a bird friendly yard. I discovered that birds have a voracious appetite for the insects in my strictly Organic garden of fruits and vegetables. The yardmap project helps to discover the elements of a bird friendly yard. I continue to plant native plants to add diversity, put up bird houses, and bird bathes to create a win-win bird and human friendly ecosystem.

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Category: Week 14: Bird-friendly Yards

One Happy House Wren

A yardmap for food, water, and shelter!

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