Posts Categorized: Bird gardens

Standing for Science in Your Yard

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West Cook Wild Ones loves science– scientists explain the world to us and impact many parts of our lives. One of these areas is our own yards or landscapes we work or live in.  Science is beginning to tell us that even if we are in an urban area, our yards are incredibly important, providing… Read more »

Notes from Judith Pollock’s Presentation on Attracting Migratory Birds

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Native Plantings to Attract Migratory Birds After a little good-natured group tribute to Doug Tallamy, Judy Pollock told us about the real conservation work we can do.  Where?  Not in faraway places at all but simply in our own yards.  In Judy’s own yard in Evanston, IL, she has observed 125 migratory species in her… Read more »