Wildlife University: Creating Places for Wildlife Series
Creating Places for Wildlife is a series of courses that teach you how to attract a wide variety of wildlife to your backyard, to a schoolyard, or to an area in your community. Each course contains online presentations, downloadable study guides and recommended activities.
Attention gardeners and wildlife lovers! This course is the first in the Creating Places for Wildlife Series. Find out how to attract birds, butterflies and other backyard wildlife to your area. This course features a guest presentation narrated by David Mizejewski, manager of NWF's Certified Wildlife Habitat program.
Providing Food for Wildlife
Each wildlife species has its own unique food requirements. Learn how to provide food for the wildlife in your area by taking this course.
Providing Water for Wildlife
Water is the most precious resource on our planet. By taking this course, you'll learn different ways to provide water for wildlife in your backyard.
Providing Cover for Wildlife
There are many ways to provide cover—or shelter—for wildlife. This is the course for you if you want to learn how to best provide this critical habitat element in your backyard.
Providing Places to Raise Young
There are few things more exciting than watching wild animals care for their young! Learn what to do so that you may enjoy this wonderful spectacle of nature.
Sustainable Gardening Practices
Become a wildlife-friendly gardener. and learn many practical, easy things you can do in your backyard to create a habitat that is beneficial to both wildlife and the environment.
Overview of Backyard Wildlife Habitat and Schoolyard Habitats programs
Our Backyard Wildlife Habitat and Schoolyard Habitat® programs are popular resources for people who enjoy gardening and wildlife and want to become part of a national program. Get involved today!
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