31 Jan '16, 12pm

Growing number of cities, towns and counties are becoming @NWF certified wildlife habitats:

NWF Community Wildlife Habitats provide habitat for wildlife throughout the community —where people live, work, learn, play and worship. Communities do this by certifying individual backyards, school grounds and public areas like parks, community gardens, places of worship and businesses, as NWF Certified Wildlife Habitats®. Each individual certified site within the community provides the four basic elements that all wildlife need: food, water, cover and places to raise young. These habitats help to create new corridors for wildlife to thrive.

Full article: https://www.nwf.org/How-to-Help/Garden-for-Wildlife/Commu...

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