What this is all about
Here’s hoping we’ve inspired you to let your landscape go wild. Herein you’ll find resources to help you with that effort.
Cover photo taken at the Balcones Canyonlands National Wildlife Refuge.
When I spoke with Kelly Simon of Texas Parks and Wildlife for my entry into the Native Plant Society of Texas video contest, she shared a list of a few books with me that she’s found valuable for researching what’s native to a particular area. So, I’m sharing with you…
When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.– John Muir in My First Summer in the Sierra, published in 1911
Stay tuned for details on how you can make your property native-friendly by providing food for wildlife. And, no, we’re not just talking about bird feeders.
We’ll be using this page to explain further what we mean by providing shelter for wild things on your property. Stay tuned.
Whether it’s a pond, a fountain or a bird bath, a source of water is essential for making your property wildlife-friendly. Stay tuned for more.