New research shows that cities and suburbs support a surprising wealth of wildlife species.
Help Wildlife Cope With Cold
By providing a steady supply of food and shelter, junipers give wildlife a big boost during the winter months.
Set a Winter Table for Wildlife
Rather than cutting down the native flowers in your garden, leave seed heads and stalks standing until spring for wildlife to feast on.
Birds Pushing North
As winters get warmer, species once rare at northern feeders are becoming more common during the cold months.
Become a Wildlife Watcher
By observing patterns of growth and behavior, you can make your yard more inviting to wild animal visitors.
Pretty As A Picture
A photographer visits five continents to capture the beauty and diversity of orchids, among the most adaptable plants on Earth.