Wildlife In The Winter! National Wildlife Federation

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Wildlife in the Winter
Feed Birds This Winter Naturally

Feed Birds This Winter Naturally

Food sources can be scarce for wild birds in winter. Make sure they have plenty natural sources of food by including winter-berrying shrubs in your landscape.

Discover some of the best berrying plants for birds.

Don’t Forget Water in Winter

Don’t Forget Water in Winter

Birds and other backyard wildlife need food sources in winter, but they also need fresh water.

Learn the best ways to provide a water source for wildlife during winter.

Get Garden for Wildlife Seed Collection for your backyard garden.
Who’s in Your Yard?

Who’s in Your Yard?

Take a peek at what critters have been scurrying through your backyard by identifying animal tracks in the mud or snow.

Find out what’s scampering in your area.

Craft Idea: Create an Indoor Wildlife Habitat Garden

Craft Idea: Create an Indoor Wildlife Habitat Garden

As the weather turns colder and wetter during winter, outdoor gardening activities come to a halt. Create an indoor wildlife habitat garden to help keep the gardening spirit alive until you can get back outside again to plant for wildlife in your real garden.

Find out how.

Featured Product Bird Seed Wreath

Featured Product Bird Seed Wreath:

Our bird seed wreath is perfect as a holiday treat for backyard birds! Made with black oil sunflower seeds, peanuts, colored safflower and red millet.

Get yours today!

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