By creating bird-friendly landscapes, residents of cities and suburbs can contribute to conserving biodiversity.
The Case for Summer Feeding
Along with the food native plants provide, feeders help nurture our feathered friends during the warm months.
Certified Wildlife Habitat® program
Program Celebrates 40th Anniversary
Find out how a 1973 National Wildlife magazine article first showed readers and members how to garden for wildlife.
In honor of next month's National Pollinator Week, enjoy photos and descriptions of gardeners' favorite native plants for attracting bees, butterflies and other pollinators.
While offering food and cover, Asian honeysuckle and other nonnative plants may be harming songbirds in the long run.
2013 Photo Contest Now Open
Enter and vote for the best backyard wildlife images in this year's 43nd annual National Wildlife Photo Contest.