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American goldfinch by Brian Hansen

Setting a Winter Table for Wildlife

By Janet Marinelli

Rather than cutting down the native flowers in your garden, leave seed heads and stalks standing until spring for wildlife to feast on.

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This Issue

Christine Sheppard American Bird Conservancy

Searching For Bird-Safe Windows

With building collisions killing up to a billion birds a year, scientists strive to make safer glass that wary consumers will agree to use in their windows.

Community Gardening

John's Creek, Georgia, Community Wildlife Habitat by Cathy Barnard

Communities Gone Wild

From tiny towns to major cities, NWF community habitats nurture native wildlife nationwide.

Fall Gardening

Chipmunk by Gilles Gonthier

Help With the Harvest

By collecting native tree seeds, you can provide foresters with the stock they need to grow seedlings and restore forests.

Native Plants

Monarch on goldenrod by Laura Tangley

The Goldenrod Allergy Myth

It is not goldenrods, but wind-pollinated plants such as ragweeds that are responsible for hay fever this time of the year.

Fall Tree Planting

Pileated woodpeckers by Mark Lagrange

Nature's Champion Carbon Eaters

Which native tree species help wildlife while soaking up the most carbon dioxide?

Plant Photography

Bulbophyllum lobbi by Christian Ziegler

Pretty As A Picture

A photographer visits five continents to capture the beauty and diversity of orchids, among the most adaptable plants on Earth.

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