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UNIVERSITY PLACE

Birdscaping in the Midwest - Ep. 687

  • Aired: 02/10/2012
  • 47:04
  • Rating: TV-G
Mariette Nowak, the president of the Kettle Moraine Chapter of Wild Ones, discusses how to increase the number and variety of birds in your yard by growing native plants offering natural habitat and a yearlong smorgasbord of berries, nuts and seeds. Gardeners can play a vital role by preserving and restoring native communities, which can support birds and other wildlife.
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Entice birds to visit your yard with these tips from Mariette Nowak.
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