Inspiration for Spring Gardening

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Inspiration for Spring Gardening

Gardening for Wildlife in Winter

Winter is a great time to sow seeds in your wildlife garden. Did you know you can to garden for wildlife even in the middle of winter?

Discover how.


Get Inspired at Garden for Wildlife Smithsonian Exhibits

Check out how others are creating wildlife habitat gardens in the Smithsonian Gardens digital archive Community of Gardens. Plan a visit to see habitat elements for yourself at the Smithsonian Gardens’ “Habitat” exhibit.

Check it out.


Identifying Wildlife Tracks

Whether the ground is covered in snow where you live, or it’s just wet and muddy out, looking for tracks is a great way to discover your wildlife neighbors.

Find out how to identify tracks of some common backyard wildlife.


Winter Bird Spotlight: Chickadees

Chickadees are a common backyard bird over much of the country, and they stick around for the winter. Learn how these tiny birds with big personalities survive the winter—and how you can help them.

Learn more.


Featured Product: Snowman Bird Feeder

A charming snowman feeder will greet your feathered friends with a big smile! The metal feeder measures 9 3/4"w x 10 1/4"h x 2"d. Chain with hook included.

Get one today.

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