Attract bees and butterflies by growing native rosinweeds in your garden or wildflower meadow.
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One of the very common backyard identification challenges is trying to decide whether you’re seeing Cooper’s or Sharp-shinned Hawks.
Want to see a Pipevine Swallowtail in your own garden? Try planting native pipevines to draw them in.
Alexandra MacKenzie of Seattle, Washington, visited a local park one Veterans Day and caught a…
A large tropical plant with orchid-like tendencies, Malaysian Orchid makes a great houseplant with proper care.
Today’s bird species profile is Least Sandpiper. Shorebirds are migrating now and in many areas, Least Sandpiper is one of the most common birds to see.
While in England to attend the British Birdfair, I spent some time out birding and saw some incredible shorebirds.
The striking flowers of Desert Rose are reason enough to grow this succulent indoors or out, but the stem adds interest too.
We know sometimes birds hit windows and it’s much worse during migration but there are a few simple things you can do to stop window strikes.