Natural Gardening for Birds
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Natural Gardening for Birds   -     By: Julie Zickefoose

Natural Gardening for Birds

Skyhorse / 2016 / Paperback

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Create a bird-friendly habitat in your own backyard! Packed with sidebar tips and illustrations, Natural Gardening for Birds is a reference book providing all you'll need to know to get started, improve, and maintain your at-home bird environment.

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Title: Natural Gardening for Birds
By: Julie Zickefoose
Format: Paperback
Number of Pages: 256
Vendor: Skyhorse
Publication Date: 2016
Dimensions: 9.00 X 7.50 (inches)
Weight: 1 pound 11 ounces
ISBN: 1510702474
ISBN-13: 9781510702479
Stock No: WW702470

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A Practical Illustrated Bird-Oriented Gardening Book with Great Reference Charts

Bird-watchers everywhere dream of a landscape dotted with fruiting shrubs, nests tucked into twining vines, and birds flocking to feeding stations. Let Natural Gardening for Birds show you how to lay out the welcome mat for birds by considering all of their needs, including year-round food, water, and shelter. Whether you’re looking to create a hummingbird garden, install a water feature, create alluring perches, or simply designate a corner of your property as a natural area, you’ll find all the inspiration and information you need in Natural Gardening for Birds, including:

The best plants for nectar, fruit, and seeds
The most attractive foods to offer birds
Housing for cavity-nesting birds
Simple habitat enhancements like snags and perches
Region-specific planting ideas and charts

Author Bio

Julie Zickefoose, the author/illustrator of Baby Birds (2016), The Bluebird Effect (2012), and Letters from Eden (2006), is a contributing editor to Bird Watcher’s Digest. She lives with her family on an 80-acre sanctuary in Appalachian Ohio, Indigo Hill, that has hosted 194 bird species and 78 species of butterflies.

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