Getting rid of your lawn to attract wildlife

The Monroe Country Environmental Education Center advises people to get rid of their lawn and welcome a more natural habitat to their yards.

“You will see benefits of letting your lawn go a little wild,” says Darryl Speicher, environmental educator at the Monroe County Environmental Education Center.

Other water-oriented options for your yard are bird baths and man-made creeks or water falls. However, Speicher advised that with a bird bath you will need to change the water once a week or it will become a habitat for bugs.

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