It’s easy to establish a certified wildlife habitat

Even if you have a postage stamp-size yard or farm, you can create a beautiful wildlife habitat in your yard, and it’s simple to do.

The first element is food. Consider trees and shrubs that produce fruit and seeds. You can use bird feeders to attract more birds.

Don Fabbi, who has a certified wildlife habitat, uses fruit trees. He shares the fruit with the wildlife. He also has pyracanthas, blackberries, raspberries and strawberries tucked under these trees for their feasting. If times get tough, Fabbi fills his bird feeders.

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