Wildlife Gardening

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Wildlife gardening is the deliberate modification of a locality to influence the composition, diversity, abundance or health of the organisms that inhabit it. These modifications can provide significant aesthetic, conservation, dietary, recreational, and spiritual value to humans and wildlife alike.

About[edit]

This Wikibook is a descriptive textbook and instructional manual for wildlife gardening, assisting readers in shaping their local ecology to meet their personal goals. Please consult our manual of style before contributing.

Introduction[edit]

  • Common habitat features
    • Brush piles
    • Forests
    • Ponds
    • Rock piles
  • Bat houses
  • Bird feeders
    • Hummingbird feeders
  • Bird houses
    • Wood duck nesting boxes

Taxa[edit]



Locations[edit]

Example gardens[edit]

Bibliography[edit]