National Wildlife Federation(r) Attracting Birds, Butterflies & Other Wildlife to Your Backyard, 2nd Edition

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National Wildlife Federation(r) Attracting Birds, Butterflies & Other Wildlife to Your Backyard, 2nd Edition Author: Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Creative Homeowner Press,U.S.
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A back garden can come alive by creating an environment with plants and spaces that attract nature’s most interesting and friendly creatures. Colourful butterflies, uplifting songbirds and lively toads can enhance the personal garden space, giving pleasure to nature lovers of all ages. National Wildlife Federation (R): Attracting Birds, Butterflies & Other Wildlife to Your Backyard (2nd Ed) provides over a dozen step-by-step projects for families to do together, making getting back to nature easy, educational and fun. Author David Mizejewski presents simple plans for reintroducing native plants that birds, butterflies and a whole host of critters can’t resist. He also provides new information on attracting back garden pollinators-a major issue for environmentalists as bee populations decline.

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Author Biography

David Mizejewski is a media personality, author, blogger and a naturalist with the National Wildlife Federation. He hosted and co-produced Backyard Habitat on Animal Planet, a television series airing from 2005-2008 that showed people how to transform their yards and gardens into thriving habitats for birds and other local wildlife. David also appeared in an Animal Planet mini-series in April of 2007 called Springwatch U.S.A. that looked at the effect seasonal change has on wildlife from salamanders and flying squirrels to great horned owls and black bears.